such an interesting format for viewing your trip photos. given the nature of the land, must have been difficult in the planning stages. beautiful photos.
Deanna, how did you know! I got drowned in pictures and it does take me some time to sort them out.
ha, ha. i meant the planning in building the land. i look forward to more photos.
Ha! I guess they did not plan at all, they just built.
Hi Eva, I too am waiting for the next part! The truth is I do not know much about Scotland, afar from it that I hear it is very beautiful - now I will learn from you!And I can already see you are doing a marvelous job with those pictures and your words accompanying them - photo journalism in its best - of course!
Look forward to seeing your photos!
@Pesky Cat Designs: Just click the link, and they are already there!
what a well done production Eva! I am enjoying the photos and the read!xo
What tea is it? :-)))
...and gargoyles......and lakes........and bagpipes!Ooch! Greeeeeeaaaat Maaan!
Chris, the tea is the usual Black Tea, served in a Turkish restaurant.
I need to! My Mom's maternal grandma was Scottish!I went once briefly but would love to go back and spend more time!
Dear Eva,what for an effort must that have been ! The photos are so naturally embedded into the pages that it seems that you have taken them during your trip only for this purpose. You should make a flyer and if you add your travel details and locations it could be a travel guide. Very well done !
I am trying to catch up with you since my summer has been so full I am actually looking forward to a nice slow winter this year. I loved that you shared this trip. It looked so grand and I loved all the categories. I have always loved your photography and you made me feel like I was there once again. Thank you Eva for the journey.
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