After driving off the ferry, we headed up the A851 on the Isle of Skye. I’m not sure at what point during the drive that we came across this spot (there was also a darling wee church next to this which I will share later ) but I had to pull over. It was just one of the many amazingly beautiful scenes we would encounter on Skye during our road trip through Scotland tour.
Have heard a lot about Skye and its beauty. Lovely serene photo!
Thank you! There are so many beautiful and somewhat mythical spots on the island even when it’s rainy and foggy. I was blessed to be there when it was unusually warm and sunny.
Lucky you! Await for you to share other Skye photos.
The bridge and mountains from last Thursday were from Skye as was the Duntulum castle ruins. I promise you there will be some more 🙂
Thank you 🙂
Cor, blime mate what beauty you captured at skye.
Thanks. That is Skye, mate. But I dinnae ken they say blimey here.
Oh my I see I dropped a y. Probably should comment before I’ve had coffee. My bad. Blimey.
Have your coffee but I think blimey is more so used further south in England. Scotland has much more “colorful” exclamatory words 😉
I think they all have more colorful exclamatories, but you have a rather decent blog.
Beautiful. You had a great day for the drive too. “Wee church” – I see you picked up the local language. And perhaps some whiskey? 🙂
Aye! I did pick up some of the words and the whiskey? That nectar makes ye sit up and take notice and warms you up too! Thanks 🙂
It’s a pleasing warmth. 🙂
A bit strong for my tastes. Hand me a pint of the hard cider though and it’s grand!