Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Wordless Wednesday - Edinburgh Relaxing

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~Aerie-el

13 comments:

  1. Beautiful! Look at all that lovely green lawn! Hope you're having a great time in Scotland.

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  2. Thanks for stopping by my blog! :)
    Your pix are just incredible!!!
    KZK

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  3. I can not imagine having all that grass. Is this public property? I blew up the image to see people lounging.

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  4. looks like a perfect getaway. so peaceful and serene.

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  5. What a beautiful place for contemplation.

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  6. Gorgeous and so green. It makes Washington look brown in comparison :)

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  7. Absolutely stunning. I visited once over 20 years ago but this was a great flashback because I know exactly of this location. It was a special trip for me because my grandfather was from Scotland. My last name is Muir. The other Muir that emigrated from Scotland was John Muir. If you're from the West Coast you probably know of this famous naturalist. I hope I'm related? Unless they're a Sierra Club member or such, most Midwesterners don't know who to thank for our national parks. Thanks for sharing the pix.

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  8. Oh I love love Edinburgh, I've been there a few months ago and it totally seduced me.

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  9. Girl this is stunning! .. even enlarged every thing is so groomed and neat ! not one blade of grass out of place ? I love the trees looking so full and dignified at the same time ? LOL
    I'm sorry we didn't make time to visit Scotland while we were living in Europe .. my father's family comes from there.
    Looking forward to more pictures girl !
    Joy
    PS Did you try some haggis ??LOL

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  10. The composition and color in this shot is just lovely. I love the ancient feel of the architecture against the vibrant green. Lovely.

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