Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Scotland Revisited

I miss Scotland.

the tiny, gas friendly cars
so gas friendly in fact, we thought our fuel gage was broken since we'd drive miles and miles without it moving... at all. Worried that we'd run out of gas, we stopped to fill up and over filled it. No broken fuel gage, just an extremely fuel efficient car and two silly Americans that could not believe how far one tank could get them.

remembering to drive on the left side of the road

and being thankful for a husband who's willing to do the driving
 don't worry, I contributed too by yelling "LEFT, LEFT, LEFT!" 
Phillip found this extremely helpful.  

spray painted sheep that smile for photos

and picturesque towns

 dressing up in suits for the speed boat tour... one size fits... most?

 Loch Ness

and bagpipers at every corner

hunting for Nessy

got her! kinda...

watching the rain roll in


 finding love in unusual places

and castles

the Cuillins 

mysterious doorways

 monkey puzzle trees

going to the end of the earth

and running into a couple highland "coos"

...that sometimes hang out by the road


quiet sunrises in the countryside

comfy cozy

standing at the edge


 eating yummy scones

  carbs. lots of carbs.

and reflecting on an incredible trip

This is why I love photography. At any moment you can be transported back to your favorite memories and relive them all over again.

1 comment:

  1. Laura, your photos are absolutely beautiful. I check out your blog from time to time and you always having amazing new images. I am starting to get more serious about my photography in the Greenville area. We should chat sometime! (My parents are good friends with Paul and Chris.) Keep up your awesome work!