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On The Way To Isle Of Skye


Got up early the next morning to continue our journey to Isle Of Skye... half way during the journey, Aaron stopped the car to rest and have a breather.  As usual, I for one would be snoozing all the way in the car... I did not know why I could sleep so much in the car but now looking at the pictures, I know the reason why!  I must be preserving all my energy to walk and doing all the crazy poses here and there once the phototaking started to roll.. and once back in the car, I would be the only one ZZzzzz all the way!   LOL...

Forgot the name of this place where we stopped.... it was a very quiet and peaceful countryside... Scotland is famous for its beautiful lakes and mountains, reflections in the water... for someone who loves peace and serenity, Scotland is a place to go...
So lovely and beautiful.... 
Now I have these to remember... 
Yes, there are houses overlooking the beautiful lake... 
The boys below... 
And before we left... 
My many poses... 
Time to leave and continue on with our journey... 
And Me?  
Back to siesta again!!


  1. Yes, the hills, mountains and lakes are beautiful in Scotland and the Scottish accent are fun to hear too :D Enjoy your holiday!

  2. You are so sporting and you look great in the striking pink

  3. So calm and peaceful. And wow, in the seventh picture you can see just how huge it all is, making you all look like ants! Such a beautiful picture. I also notice there is no one around, except the tiny village. It remains pure and unspoiled.

  4. Time to sing the Skye Boat Song - I bet you sang that in school too!!! These days, where got people learning and singing those songs anymore.

  5. Lovely photos of the lake. So serene and calm.

  6. Grey weather makes it so mysterious!

  7. Beautiful scenery. Love the reflections.


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