Monday, 27 October 2008

Home from the Hills

We have just had a lovely week away in Scotland staying in the Spittal of Glenshee, an area noted for its skiing in the winter. The holiday was a coach trip and we stayed in the Spittal of Glenshee Hotel in a beautiful valley.

We were lucky with the weather, although not as lucky as these photos suggest!

The tour was titled "Scottish Autumn Splendour" and the colours were certainly beautiful.

The photograph below is of the Linn of Dee.

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sharon young said...

You look as if you've had a wonderfully inspirational trip, I love all these great autumn colours. Your hotel looks great from the photos, very in-keeping. Thanks for sharing it all, made me feel even more determined to explore Scotland.
I too was very saddened to hear the news about Julia, she was a great inspiration to so many people, including me, and she will be sorely missed.

Gina said...

Beautiful photographs Julie. Looks like a wonderful trip.


You're back! Lovely to catch up with you and see your photos. Gorgeous colours - lots of inspiration.You certainly get around!

Mai-Britt Axelsen said...

Wonderful inspiration...........

Genie said...

Hi Julie, great to have you back, some great photos, have a fun week catching up.

Lesley said...

Your photos are beautiful Julie and I've enjoyed a much missed fix of Scotland. I can almost smell that wonderful clean air :-)


artisbliss said...

Beautiful photos of a very inspiring place.

lesley said...

Hi Julie
What wonderful photo's. I love a trip up to Scotland. We usually visit Stathyre and stay in a log cabin at the side of Loch Lubnaig, its wonderful. We havn't been able to make it this year so thankyou so much for sharing your inspirational trip. We must book for next year. Your textile work is beautiful! xx

Jackie said...

Aren't the names of Scottish places evocative? Even the Universities..I would have chosen one becasue of the name if I was at college now...'Duncan of Jordanstone'.doesn't it make you want to enrol immediately?