ramblings of an optomistic spirit

18/11/2012

snow

Snow in Glencoe

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    1. Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving a comment.

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  2. Wow, perhaps I shouldn't love it but I do! x

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    1. It was actually more impressive in real life.

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  3. So pretty, but I bet it's so cold.

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    1. Indeed its cold brrr, with our log burner out of action too (waiting for new parts) could do with a slice of your scrummy pizza and a bit of sunshine to warm us up.

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  4. Lovely pic! Hard to imagine as it is so hot in oz at the moment

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    1. Yep it will be hard to imagine, we have had torrential rain all night, its very wet and cold over here just now.

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  5. Just how I remember it, I once lived on the east coast in a little fishing village Anstruther, Fife. When the Harr came in off the sea it looked magical. I remember climbing a Munroe in the GlenCoe region many years ago, it certainly is a wonderful area to explore. Lovely photography Annie.

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  6. Hi Lisa

    Thanks for your comment, I haven't explored the east coast of Scotland at all yet, but lots of places over there I want to visit.
    Annie

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  7. Just found your blog via Sarah - absolutely stunning view of Glencoe.

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  8. Oh my word - I hope it stays.

    Nina x

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    1. aha Nina its all very well for you to say that :-)

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  9. Lovely photo. I would love to explore my Scottish roots one day.
    Penny x

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    1. took this photo to show what a horrid day it was !
      Thanks for your comment Penny

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Annie.