The sun was bringing out the colours on the red brick just nicely, it stood out amongst the dark blue of the dams and the greeny brown from the trees that haven’t decided if it’s winter or spring.
The viaduct was built in the Victorian era ( I think), and is used to overcome to problem that trains can’t swim.
1 1116 minutes ago
One of the best aurora displays I’ve seen here in Scotland
Are you looking for a beautiful hotel in an historic building with amazing food? Possibly one that is close to castles, world class golf courses, famous distilleries and still within easy reach of an airport? That’s a lot to ask for but @boathhouse ticks all these boxes and more. We stayed there this time last week and wish we were still there.
Little L is poorly today and just wants to sleep, and we have plasterers in so I'm banished to the bedroom! So thought I'd clear my camera ready for Budapest and Vienna in a couple of weeks. How amazing is this view of Loch Ness? It's probably not the best shot for those professional photographers out there but I'm pretty chuffed with efforts of this complete novice! I wrote a wee post about our trip to Inverness-shire a couple of weeks back. The link is in the bio of you fancy giving it a read. Cx
1 744 minutes ago
My heart is breaking into a million tiny pieces today. Six months has never flown by so fast and I’d give anything for another six. I’d eat haggis every day if it meant I could stay. Love you forever, Edinburgh, take care of the piece of my soul I’m leaving behind. 🖤