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"Who has not sat before his own heart's curtain?  It lifts and the scenery is falling apart."  
(Rainer Marie Rilke)

This is a perfect demonstration of why Scottish paintings look the way they do - because the photographs themselves look like water colours!

7 comments:

  1. Beautiful photo indeed.
    Cheers, Gail.

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  2. Well slap m silly...dat is one heck of a scenery! I can't even imagine bein' ables to see sumptin' likes dat everyday.

    so you boughted some property? good, nows i can come lives withs you...hehehehe.

    Puddles

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  3. So beautiful. So very Scottish. I love it.
    <3
    K

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  4. I like Scotland there is a softness and mistiness without being depressing, it's like our Blue Mountains.
    Merle..................

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  5. At first glance I have to admit I did wonder if you had photographed a painting. It is a lovely shot.

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  6. Hari OM
    Thank you ladies all... it was one of the days when the atmosphere took on the ethereal quality that lends itself to legends...

    And Puddles? &*<> You would be welcome anytime - but you gotta knows Beers'd be off the menu!!

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