Tuesday, 4 November 2008

Spittal of Glenshee - Scotland

Couple of weeks ago, we were on holliday in Scotland. Over the next few posts (except the meme's) I will be posting some photos from the holls.

Pic 1)= Our Hotel, The Spittal of Glenshee - Spittal is an old word from many years ago, it was a kind of shelter where the shepherds or travelers could seek refuge foom the packs of wolves. The food was GGGGGreat.

Pic2)= 3 minutes walk down the road we came to this little bridge, Oh the scenery was fantastic.

Pic3)= Standing on the bridge looking down the river.

Pic4)= Standing on the bridge looking the other way. The river is just to the left.

More of Scotland to follow.


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15 comments:

John said...

Lovely landscape series, imac!

soulbrush said...

pic 3 is magnificent.

Abraham Lincoln said...

Your photographs are quite nice as they usually are.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

The Scottish countryside in these photos is so pretty that I can guess you had a great time taking photos there. ;-)

Rambling Woods said...

I was in Scotland many years ago. Beautiful and green with very friendly people. That first photo is fantastic...

fishing guy said...

Mac: What beautiful country you have capture with the mountains of Scotland. I will send this to my Scottish friend to view.

Rose said...

I am so glad you are back! These are wonderful--I am so glad you leave them large enough for us to really see. I sure cannot pick a favorite of these...sure is a beautiful place.

ancient one said...

Love these...

Lew said...

A very restful setting for a holiday! Great photos. i am enjoying seeing your work again. Thanks for sharing.

Texas Travelers said...

All great shots, but the colors in the first one are outstanding.

Troy

Mary said...

What beautiful views! Must have been a wonderful vacation.

piedmontperspective said...

Only one word comes to mind. Outstanding!

smokepole said...

wow imac magnificent pictures

Alan said...

Great shots. Such dramatic countryside.

i beati said...

conformations outstanding