Skywatch Friday - Ben Lawers


A gloomy Ben Lawers overlooking Loch Tay. Photo taken by my daughter a couple of weekends ago on the annual family watersports trip.

More skies around the world are at Skywatch Friday.

Comments

  1. Beautiful shot. The reflection in water has come nicely.

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  2. Hi Linda, Linda is a popular name... I have SIX other Lindas on my followers list... BUT--you are the first from Scotland. Thanks for coming to my blog. Come back anytime...

    I am enjoying yours --especially since some of my ancestors came from Scotland...

    Love that SKY picture --but the water and mountains 'make' it...

    Thanks again for stopping by.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  3. It's so beautiful to see so much water in one place. When they flood the pecan orchards around our house I so enjoy taking photos of the reflections--making do with what I've got, here in the desert.

    Thank you for your lovely photos, as always.

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  4. Hi Linda, thanks for visiting my blog & leaving a comment! :) You've got some beautiful county here. I haven't had much of a chance to travel outside the states, so it's fun to check out other landscapes & cultures through blogs like yours.
    Have a nice weekend!
    :)

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  5. What a beautiful place and such gorgeous skies!! Terrific capture for SWF -- or any day! Love the soft, puffy clouds! Hope you have a wonderful weekend, Linda! Enjoy! And thanks as always for your visit and comment, they're always appreciated so much!

    Sylvia

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  6. You seem to have a lot of sky in Scotland! Great pic. Loved seeing all the kilts yesterday - does everyone look good in a kilt?

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  7. This is a lovely photo that pulls me in and makes me want to see more.

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  8. I love the wave pattern in the water.

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  9. What a lovely, peaceful shot! Your daughter certainly has an eye for photography :o)

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  10. I love the clouds and the blue sky reflected in the loch. My only visit to Scotland, with nine other members of my family, was sadly lacking in lochs. I must come back, because my heart is there.


    Kay
    Alberta, Canada

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  11. I can look at this for a long time. So lovely. And the annual family watersport trip sounds like so much fun. Where do you stay?

    BTW - I'll be in England for a business trip from Oct. 16th to Oct. 22nd. I looked into visiting Scotland and decided it would be too hectic. But I did wish to.
    We'll be in London for 1/2 a day, than off to Brize Norton (and a look at Oxford) and then to MoD down by Salisbury and Stone Henge. I am getting very excited ... and will have fun, come rain or come shine :)

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  12. Lovely photo! Always difficult to get a good result with such a light.

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  13. Gloomy, but gorgeous. I'd give a lot to see some of those clouds in my part of the world, we've hardly seen a cloud in six weeks.

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  14. I like this picture very much. The reflection of the sky and clouds in the water is beautiful.

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