From the Sea…

Scotland had been on my bucket list. Taking a cruise to Scotland was not on my plan, but I was glad we did.

The views of the seascape and landscape from the sea were fascinating, as everything we saw was from aΒ distance.

I loved to watch the island waking up in front of me the early morning. It was a treat.

When sun was up, we watched the mountains gradually appearing and disappearing from the sea. Magical, indeed!

Would I be able to capture rocks stretching from the island into the sea while the sky was turning blue and pink and the water was reflecting the colors, otherwise?

Last but not least, the miles long landscape along the seashore was like a beautiful book, one page at a time as the ship was cruising …

All make you want to discover more of these places.

Keep traveling. πŸ™‚

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68 thoughts on “From the Sea…

  1. Thanks, Amy, for showing me Scotland from the sea. I’ve been to that wonderful region more than once, and I would love to go there again, but I’ve never seen it from the sea. Great pictures! πŸ™‚

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  2. (EN) From the sea it’s a suggestive and original way to discover a little bit of Scotland.Love your pictures Amy😊
    (IT) Dal mare Γ¨ un modo suggestivo e originale di scoprire un po’ di Scozia.Mi piacciono molto l tue foto Amy😊

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  3. How exciting! I wouldn’t automatically consider a cruise as a way to see Scotland, but I think it could be a wonderful way to travel. The photos of the cliffs particularly appeal to me. The landforms are very dramatic. πŸ™‚

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