In words and pictures
truly magnificent shots...the second really calls to me...happy tt!
I love that photo of the window—the cross is stunning!Wish I'd just spent some time in Scotland; it's my favourite place in the world!
A trip to Scotland is on the top of my bucket list! Great photos.
Beautiful pics! And an always beautiful song!
Steve appears that he doesn't want to get up!
Well there you are! I wondered where you'd gotten to. Nice shots of your trip. The Highlands and the Hebrides are on my list of places I need to visit when I hit PowerBall.I think that's everybody's favorite Sarah song.
Scotland is a beautiful country! Very nice post!
Hello Betty! nice post. I haven't been around much these past months myself. but signed on to NaBloPoMo, so it is a good prompt to write something everyday, no matter how pedestrian
she has a wonderful voice, and the melodies...
Oh I should ahve thought Sarah's song--so amazing. Love your photos too. i could totally see the etching when enlarging the images. Welcome back. Very poignant song there for you coming back to blogland.
beautiful! both visuals and song.
hello! so glad you are back in blogland!your photos make me feel a little chilly - the 2nd one is particularly fab.looking forward to hearing more about your hogmanayxx
Hello. Thank you all for your kind comments. We had a great Hogmanay. I was going to talk about it here - but I think it deserves a blog post of its own (and I think there are more photos ...)Been listening to Muse & Brand New recently, but it was lovely to revisit Sarah McLachlan. She really does have the voice of an angel!Now off to visit your blogs ... :-)
mr jackson and I so want to go to Scotland--your shots are stunning--also loved your choice of song--great post! C
Wonderful photos. That song is onr of my personal favorites.
BEAUTIFUL GORGEOUS photos. Scotland in wintertime--dreamy.
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