Danté and I recently returned from a vacation to experience Fall in Scotland. It’s one of my FAVORITE countries but I have always visited in the winter and the one time Danté was able to visit with me was also the winter. Being able to experience Fall in Scotland was such a treat and since I am consumed with a huge blogging project that may not allow me to blog about our trip anytime soon — I wanted to quickly share a few photos from our trip while it’s still timely to do so. Fall in Scotland, or Autumn if that’s your preference, is just lovely and now I think it’s my favorite time of year to visit.
We flew into and out of Edinburgh where we picked up a rental car. In between we drove to visit Glasgow, Isle of Arran (for which we took a car ferry), Loch Lomond and the Trossachs, Glen Coe, Glen Etive and Fort William. Fall in Scotland proved to be very picturesque, and no less magical than I always believed it to be before, no matter what part of the country we were in.
I hope you enjoy these photos from Fall in Scotland!
“Autumn in the Highlands would be brief—a glorious riot of color blazing red across the moors and gleaming every shade of gold in the forests of sheltered glens. Those achingly beautiful images would be painted again and again across the hills and in the shivering waters of the mountain tarns until the harsh winds of winter sent the last quaking leaf to its death on the frozen ground.” ― Elizabeth Stuart, from ‘Heartstorm’
Let me know what questions I can answer in the comments and if you use Google Maps, check out some of the specific places we went via my map.
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