Travelling in Scotland

Some photos from a recent short break in Scotland have already appeared on this blog (and again) and on Sue’s Trifles.  The weather was changeable for most of the time.  On the drive we did not see a great deal of sunshine.  We stopped at Annandale services, where there was a flock of geese on the far shore and at Loch Lomond.

Annandale services
Annandale services
A view of Loch Lomond
A view of Loch Lomond

The weather brightened up for an evening walk around Oban.  The Isle of Mull was visible beyond the Isle of Kerrera.

Across Oban Bay
Across Oban Bay
A view of Oban with the cathedral
A view of Oban with the cathedral (not the white building)
Looking the other way
Looking the other way
Oban Bay in the evening light
Oban Bay in the evening light

As this is a post about travelling, I shall mention that the weather on the way home was atrocious.  The strong jet stream was bringing high winds and torrential rain to the west of Scotland and to Cumbria.

As all these photos include water I a linking to the Daily Post’s photo challenge, Water.

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