Skywatch Friday - whisky skies


Do these plumes of smoke spoil these midwinter skies?


Perhaps not when you know that they come from the boilers that fuel the copper stills that make the malt whisky. In the first shot, the Glen Spey chimney, and Glen Grant in the second.

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Comments

  1. I could just move in! ;) You captured some beautiful skylines. I always love your pictures! Thanks for making me daydream some!

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  2. Linda, love the evening photo, but I just laugh out loud. Great post! and we do like our wee bit of scotch. ;)

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  3. I actually always find that chimneys and smoke add warmth to a winter landscape :o) Very lovely captures!

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  4. I love the first shot... the moon, the birds and the smoke make a really interesting composition

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  5. NO!!! They do NOT spoil the winter skies!!! I, for one, LOVE your photos and LOVE the Scotland you showcase in them!!!

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  6. Hi Linda,
    Hope Christmas and the New Year were good for you. Lovely photos, and the knowledge of where the smoke comes from....mmmmmmm!
    I must confess to have far more than my fair share of good malts this Christmas, if that's possible.
    Take care

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  7. Wanted to let you know I'm about to set out a tracker which has a goal of getting to Edinburgh, Scotland. I hope it makes it there!

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  8. i don't mind the smoke - gives a bit of movement to the shots! They are both wonderful but I really love the 1st one.

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  9. Lovely gentle evening skies Linda. The thought of what that smoke is producing makes me feel a bit warmer this snowy night. xxx

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  10. The smokestacks add to tell the story. They are beautiful shots.

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  11. Both the smoke and the whisky suggest warmth to me! Thanks for sharing!

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