scotland – first impressions

Whew, so many photos to sort through in this real summer heat we’re having here! I’ll be giving y’all a full account of where we went, what we did and how we liked (loved!) it, but for today there’s a preview on my other blog with the most beautiful landscape shots from our journey:

There’s also even more photos to be seen on my Facebook Page, so do head over there until I get myself (and my photos) sorted out for good. I can’t wait to tell you all about our vacation! And yes, there’ll be a video too in a while πŸ™‚

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16 thoughts on “scotland – first impressions

    1. Kristina

      Thanks so much Ailsa! Isn’t Scotland wonderful? Where in Scotland did you go? I didn’t take any street market photos though πŸ™‚

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        1. Kristina

          We didn’t actually see much of Edinburgh and that area, we were only in the city for one day and up in the Highlands for the rest of the time, but it sounds like it’s well worth a visit as well πŸ™‚

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    1. Kristina

      Thanks Lynda! Honestly, scottish forests ARE surreal at times…you just stumble across these places and are overwhelmed by their magic. The second picture is a clearing just off the road at Loch Ness. I saw it as we were driving past and shouted at my boyfriend to stop the car and hopped out to capture it πŸ™‚

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  1. KKHPhotos.com

    What an awesome looking place! looking forward to seeing more. I just wanted to let you know that I have nominated you for the Illuminating Blogger Award! This as a fabulous award that anyone can bestow on their fellow bloggers for illuminating and informative blog content. I do hope you accept your nomination; to find out what you do next check out C.J.’s post over at Food Stories! http://foodstoriesblog.com/illuminating-blogger-award/

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    1. Kristina

      Thanks Karen, I’m honored! I’m having a hard time keeping up with these awards and stuff you need to do for them though (God, that sounds really arrogant, please don’t take it that way!).

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    1. Kristina

      Scotland IS amazing, every time you round a corner you find a more beautiful spot than the one you just left. The clearing in the second picture actually had me stand there a couple of minutes with my mouth open, saying “is this place for real??”

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