That photo makes the expression falling sky more real;)
What a gorgeous sight, it looks like it may have been chilly.
great photos and beautiful sunset ;)
The colors of the sky. Very nice shots.
Fantastic. Brilliant colours.Sydney - City and Suburbs
Perfect! Sunset and still water (it's a pity the sea's probably icy cold!). Thanks for commenting earlier - the mountain is the Cobbler (I only know because my brother told me earlier in the day), I'm on holiday near Arrochar so I see it peaking up behind the other mountains every day :)
Thanks for introducing Moray Firth, it must be such beautiful place. We have only visited Aberdee before and it was almost 30 years ago. Thanks for visiting our blog and nice comment.
Really beautiful view, I can feel the atmosphere. Thanks for nice comments on my blog and thank you for sharing this.
Falls are never good. So far I have managed to have nice and gracefull falls and I hope to keep it that way :). I have to admit you have some really nice photgraphs then!
Photos of Scotland and Ireland always make my heart ache. My ancestral home calling to my present-day genes, I guess.
WOW .. really two WOW shots
Cracking photos Sue.
What a wonderful blog, Gennasus! I'm so glad you popped into mine (thanks) and I've come over to yours. I've added myself as a follower. Your photography is AMAZING! Wow! I love... Blessings and hugs
Oh MY!! I am in awe of the wonderful sky colors! That is absolutely stunning. It's not something I have witnessed too much around here but because of the immense mountains, we just don't have such a clear expanse to see such beautiful sunsets!!
Very pretty. :)
Beautiful sunset captures!!
Beautiful sunset and calm water
Lovely reflections onthe beach and in the water.
Aw...that is so gorgeous! My human says she thinks Scotland is the most beautiful place in the world...after New Zealand, of course! :-)Slobbers,Honey the Great Dane
Beautiful skies, Your puppies are adorable. I thought 6 was alot for Easter dinner, but 14! You win!
Nice to discover another Scot on Skywatch! And these Hopeman rocks are oh-so-familiar to me, having grown up 15 miles away. You had better weather for your walk than we did one day last summer: http://slowgrowinginscotland.blogspot.com/2008/08/fallow-period-holidays.html
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