Here’s to Scotland and a dear Scottish Friend!

Kyles of Bute

Joanna Paterson takes wonderful photos. So it was really difficult for me to select one out of her photostream – but here it is: The Kyles of Bute, a photo taken by her on December 2008 in Strathclyde, Scotland. Click on the photo and you will be taken to her photostream on Flickr.

Which word would you use for describing the scenery? Calming? Impressive? Majestic? If that photo would be on a calendar or on a poster I could imagine standing in front of it in a meditative state of mind (In case you are reading this, Joanna: may be you could consider…). I hope you all enjoy it as much as I do!

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About Ulla Hennig

I live and work in Berlin. Taking photos is one of my hobbies, and writing is one of my hobbies, too. So I decided not only to show some of my pictures here but also present some of the thought which came wth the pictures.

4 responses to “Here’s to Scotland and a dear Scottish Friend!”

  1. diannemr says :

    I agree! Here’s to beautiful places and beautiful people! What a lovely post to start my day with, Ulla, thank you! x

  2. Joanna Paterson says :

    Oh my goodness Ulla, you have left me speechless! And that doesn’t happen often…

    I hear what you are saying about a calendar or postcards…

    As for my word… it’s two: awe inspiring.

    Thanks so much for brightening up my day with this post x

  3. marie says :

    Magnificent!

    That’s the word I would use.

    Would look good on a calendar.
    Marie

  4. Judy Adamson says :

    Would agree with ‘awe inspiring’!

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