The second of my four part travel series of blog posts. This time we’re in Scotland.
[Need to reiterate – if you have just stumbled upon this blog, I don’t normally fill my posts with photographs and I don’t normally talk about travel. Regular readers would know, I don’t normally travel. It turns out though, it was made of magic.]
Loch Leven, near Kinross, Scotland on an eerie but beautiful evening.
Wee Edinburgh. Lousy weather.
The expansive centre of Edinburgh Castle feels remarkably un-castle-ly. Not sure how I managed to *not* get my shadow in the photo (insert spooky music)
Edinburgh Castle had many museums. This soldier is texting.
View from Edinburgh Castle. A-MAZ-ING
Art lover? Behold the Scottish National Gallery.
Scottish National Portrait Gallery. And this is just the foyer.
Sunset at Oban.
Caught the ferry to the Islands of Mull and Iona. Those turquoise blue waters are colder than they look, but it was a glorious day.
St Conan’s Kirk. The picture does not convey the beauty of this building.
St Conan’s Kirk with rabbit ‘gargoyles’. Google it into images, it is an extraordinary building built (about 1885) to look much older than its years.
Inside St Conan’s Kirk. Really, Google it. My photos aren’t that great.
Inveraray Castle. A little weekender.
Inveraray Castle. I’d be afraid to breathe in this room.
Next time, Wales…