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Painting No. 129
Beneath the rocky towers of 2504ft (765m) Ben Loyal, “Queen of Scottish Mountains”, lie the verdant patchwork fields of Ribigill Farm. The neatness of the fields form a marked contrast to the wild ruggedness of the mountain, but closer inspection reveals that the farm buildings are in sad decline. This painting is of how the farm manor-house might have appeared in former times. Today, the rooms are damp and empty, with grass growing in the gutters, and the nearby row of farm-worker’s cottages have saplings sprouting from the chimneys. In 2016, however, the farm came under new ownership, so perhaps there is reason to hope that the farm will be restored to its glory days. There are always changes in life and often we fear that change will mean decline, but it does not have to be so. And even if decline is inevitable, it is usually possible to make the most of current blessings rather than neglecting them to mourn a lost past.