Завершаю этим снимком целую историю с Абердином и моим выпускным.
It was cool! От учебы остались только приятные воспоминания, скучаю по чудесной архитектуре, дождям, китайской еде, туманам, одному большому торговому центру на весь город, серым домикам, морю.
I miss for proximity and accessibility of my beloved Edinburgh (my dear @make_rokorea_great_again , hope, we'll meet again, 당신이 그리워요)
Thank you for a classy evening before graduation and that despite the fact that your country being blocked Facebook you calling me (@ccch777)
Thanks for all my Chinese friends and all presents and delicious food (@yiii_ao, @zzhuyyi )
Thanks for English classes, it was really fun and i enjoyed every moment (@r_rawisuda, @icebusarin , @warmmy_dk )
Thanks for beautiful graduation night and dinner afterwards (Pamela)
Thanks for the last day in airport and all talks in London (@sir_friedrichleo)
Надеюсь, ещё свидимся, не надеюсь а точно знаю (@yuliyakapa , это я к тебе обращаюсь) 😉
Love, Sasha XX
Metallic Landscape: The auto service station near our house maintains a vintage pick-up truck, which is where I found this scene. This is just a few doors down from the Sushi restaurant where I took Smoking Heart. One of my close friends took one look at the image and said that he felt as if he was in Scotland. Metallic Landscape was featured in a juried art show at @lincoln.gallery
Visit Bonnie, stunning Braemar castle 🏰 and spread autism awareness 💓👍 thank you
Many individuals are affected by autism spectrum disorder, that's why spreading autism awareness is important 🙂
There are many people out there who are doing good work spreading the word about autism, but it still isn't enough. If you're passionate about spreading autism awareness it's very important that you not only learn for yourself and talk about the problem - you should get involved too!
After a recent workshop in Glencoe I felt I still had a little unfinished business with a few of the areas. Thankfully I was able to return a few weeks later and was blessed with a little snow on the mountains, a nice gentle sunset, and a few calm moments for reflections. Thanks again @markmccollphotography for showing us this spot. A few more photos from the return journey are in my story.
Good old Instagram and phone making this look a little off but here is our sneak peek for Katy and Edward from yesterday! ⭐️ storm Dennis was in full force but we worked around it and managed to spare a few minutes to run outside for some photos! Thanks for having us guys ❤️ hope we did you proud with the starry image Edward!
Historically, Archerfield was part of the Dirleton estate (q.v.) which was purchased in 1663 by Sir John Nisbet, a lawyer and Lord of Session. When he died in 1687 the estate devolved on his cousin William, who had a new house built at Archerfield around 1730 .
What’s your favourite spot in Edinburgh?
Edinburgh. Capital of Scotland. It’s booming with life everyday and has become a prime tourist location. Gorgeous spots such as Arthur’s Seat in Holyrood Park with amazing views and Calton Hill that is home to memorials and monuments.
Photo by @themodernleper #scotland#simplyscotland
One of the very first pictures I captured and fell in love with🦌. A picture truly does tell so much💖.
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So along time ago, like 6 years, when I thought landscape photography might be fun, I ventured to Scotland to capture the iconic Buachaille Etive Mor. Long story short, it pretty much didn’t stop raining throughout the 3 days! I’ve not pursued landscape since...
I did get a couple of quick snaps. #landscapephotography#scotlandphotography
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📍Loch Ness, Scotland 🏔
Loch Ness is a large, deep, freshwater loch (lake) in the Scottish Highlands extending for approximately 23 miles southwest of Inverness. Its surface is 52 feet above sea level. Loch Ness is best known for alleged sightings of the cryptozoological Loch Ness Monster, also known affectionately as "Nessie". 🦕
The weather is warming up and the sun is out, which means I’m back in the swing of things and it feels good. Session 1/2 is done for today. Also, always reminiscing about this magical day and these magical two. I’ll never spot posting these.
Wintery escapes with new friends.
I haven’t shivered this hard in a long time, the walk to this bothy was honestly pretty horrendous. The rain mixed with the high winds from ol storm Ciara, resulted in rather painful face shots, so we kept our heads down the whole 2.5 hour walk. James kept purposely underestimating how far away it was to keep me motivated, and the thought of mulled wine and a fire kept me going.
On arrival James made the fire, whilst I shivered in the corner attempting to peel off my wet clothes, excited to put on what I thought was my fresh dry clothes. Apparently waterproof covers on backpacks don’t work, well mine didn’t, so everything was bloody soaked. Luckily I had put my camera and the wood in bin bags, and James provided some dry long johns so things weren’t all hopeless.
We soon got warm and the realization we were in a cosy, remote bothy, in the middle of a storm, in the highlands set in ( in a good way). Away from phone service, people, just alone in nature made it all worth it. The fire we made burned until 2am, combined with a hot water bottle and a nalgene full of boiling water in our sleeping bags kept us warm through the night. We awoke to a foot of fresh snow, happy days! Ran outside for literally only a few mins due to the cold, to capture the hut, and was pretty happy with the result ☺️ #scotland
So I love wandering around the castles and stately houses in Scotland, thankfully there are loads of them around. These are the gardens at House of Dun, a stately house just outside Montrose. You can see the rooms inside for a small fee.
The gardens are for free and definitely worth a visit. A wee tip: as you walk up from the car park towards the house there is a small gate on the right that will take you onto a beautiful walk through the woods which follows a river with a small waterfall. Visit during the warmer months of summer as it can get very cold!! Brrr!!!
Search House of Dun for more info. #scotlandlover#scotlandtrip#hiddenscotland#travelscotland#lovescotland#statelyhomes#mustseeplaces
Batten down the hatches there’s another storm coming. Where can I go for this one 🤔
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Repost from @oceanconservancy using @RepostRegramApp - Just a handsome little puffin fella to brighten your day 💫 Puffins can flap their wings up to 400 beats per minute, reaching speeds of 55 mph. They can dive 200 feet below the ocean surface, flapping their wings as if they are flying underwater! While diving, they use their large orange feet to steer so they can hunt for fish like sand eels, herring, hake and capelin. 🐟 Stunning photo by @harryreadphoto. 📸
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How many of Scotland's amazing beaches have YOU sank your toes into? 🤔🏖️ 📍 Scarista Beach, Harris