Weekly Photo Challenge – Reflections VI

The first image  of the boat and boat house is taken on the appropriately named Loch Awe in the Scottish Highlands. The boat house is port of  Ardanaiseig House Hotel, a place dear to me as it is where we got married, on the shores of the Loch.

Loch Awe Reflections at Ardinaiseig
Loch Awe Reflections at Ardinaiseig

The next image was taken at Glenelg before catching the small ferry over the sea to Skye, an image I have featured before. The West of Scotland really is something to behold.

Glenelg Inn
Glenelg Inn

For the grand finale tomorrow we come back to Ireland for the last of the ‘reflections’ theme.

52 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge – Reflections VI

  1. It is just wOW .. Thats the word that comes into my mind. Getting married at such a beautiful place must have definitely created a never gone memory. Loved the photo, loved the imagination of getting married in such a place. Oh god I wanna get married again :):)

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  2. I have to expand my vocabulary because I am sick of coming here everyday and saying, ‘Beautiful!’ or ‘Amazing!’ 🙂

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      1. Oh well that’s no fun 😦
        I am sure the next series will be just as captivating, though 🙂

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    1. Not been back since we git married but we did stay there a couple of years before we got married – hence it was top of the list when it came to deciding. But don’t worry, we will return. 😎

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  3. What a lovely spot for a wedding. I do have to ask – did you saturate the colors in the top shot, or is it the magic of the light against the dark hillside? Beautiful either way.

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    1. No the colours are not saturated, there was strong sunlight coming in from one side with dark rolling clouds at the back of the picture and the hills in shade. It has really accentuated the shot. MM 🍀

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