Snapshots of Scotland

Armed with a couple of cameras and a tiny gutless rental car we nicknamed “Lucifer”, my husband and I covered a few hundred white-knuckled miles of narrow single track roads traveling around beautiful Scotland, these are some of my favorite shots.

Crystal clear stream on the Isle of Arran
Wedding day in Glasgow
Scottish peace sign
Full Scottish breakfast
Greeted by the cold Scottish winds
The city of Inverness and the snow covered Highlands
Looking for sea glass at Sandend Bay
Choosing a tartan pattern for the new kilt
Sheep jail
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Son and Father.
One of the many delicious single malts
Lochranza Castle
Gillie shows us his collection of flies for fly-fishing on the River Spey
Highland cattle at Sandend
Sheep farmer near Kintarbert
Far north Scottish Highlands
Ferry travel between the islands
Crossing over to Iona
Red deer on the Isle of Arran
Haggling over sea glass and broken pottery shards
Oban Bay after the storm
Glaswegian youth
Dignity has seen better days (Lochranza Bay on the Isle of Arran)
Gorse at Durnoch Royal Golf Club
Celtic cross at historic Fordyce (home to many of my ancestors)
Colorful wool at Ardalanish Isle of Mull weavers.
Sea birds
Black Isle organic craft beer
Flora McDonald at Inverness
Lucifer
Goodbye Scotland, until next time…
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