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Ancient Moss Bridge, Highlands, Scotland - look at how worn the stones are over the bridge
Ancient Moss Bridge, The Highlands, Scotland photo via regina What a magical looking place!
Ancient Moss Bridge, The Highlands, Scotland photo via regina beautiful
stone bridge for crossing into another time and place
Medieval Bridge, Lancashire, England photo via scott (Hazel's fave place to read - apart from the bugs, of course)
Crossing the water and forget what you saw.......Old. MOSS woman's secret garden
Staffin, Isle of skye, Scotland
I HAVE TO go there one day ! Thanks for such a beautiful picture !
Great pictures. I like your page
That is the Old Man of Storr, not Staffin .
To be the Shepherdess of this flock would be a dream come true...
Morning mist ~ LochArd, Trossachs, Scotland. By David Mould
Cool, green and shady!
Portpatrick Scotland. Our tips for 25 fun things to do in Scotland: www.europealacart...
Scotland I sooo want this to be where I live!-vt
I love rain, snow, and storms though. As long as I do a good job of keeping myself/home prepared, I don't mind being snowed in for a long time. My kind of introversion suits well to weeks on end being alone, and I work well with animals.
Sounds like you may love it. As I said I do too, miss it a lot but not the cold. Hope you get your wish. :-)
I live in Minnesota. We have some of the coldest and snowiest winters anywhere. I would go back and live in Scotland in a heart beat. That weather is tame compared to what we have now. I mean seriously....2 months without a day above zero this winter. -27 WITHOUT windchill (-50 or so with)
Wow then go for it :-) As I said I really miss it but where my husband is I must be also.
I do hate the cold now as I get older (67) and now rather late to be moving again. I have been here 15 years now. Keep Warm do not envy you. :-) Jasmine
Same here. What we do for love haha
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Davaar Lighthouse - Davaar Island in Argyll and Brute, Scotland (travel. photography)
On the path to King's Cave, Isle of Arran, Scotland.
Stuff dreams are made of!
Scotland For The Holidays / vintage travel posters from the 1920/30/40s sparked my love for graphic design. illustration by V L Danvers. by mavis
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