This was taken on the west coast of the Isle of Skye, as my daughter and I were traveling to Dunvegan Castle.
Our stop was to photograph Dun Beag Broch. If you would like to read more about the historical site, click HERE.
Brochs were built in the last centuries BC and the first centuries AD. About 500 are to be found mainly across the north and west of Scotland.
Sheep were grazing.....
Another fence line.
The views seem to go on forever !
Joining with Jan n' Jer's Friday Fences
Wonderful pictures, I have enjoyed your trip to Scotland so much, thanks for posting all the photos..ReplyDelete
I've just returned from there...I still have so many photos to sort through...Delete
That looks like some pretty rough, cold country. I visited Edinburgh Castle once and the bitter wind was blowing the whole time.ReplyDelete
Lucky me, I just happen to enjoy the cold wind blowing....Culloden was the coldest day.Delete
Looks so wonderful and strong! How are the Scots? And the food?ReplyDelete
Wonderful and strong are two good words to describe Scotland and the Scots. They were so friendly, especially on the Isle of Skye. And the food was exceptional. I even tried Haggis !!Delete
Haggis is surprisingly tasty - you just have to switch off your ugh switch. Hope you enjoyed Scotland and Skye - I used to visit regularly bc - before children for walking holidays and before the bridge was built.ReplyDelete
I want to visit Scotland, so I am enjoying these photos so much!ReplyDelete
I loved seeing your visit and photos of Scotland .ReplyDelete
That last view was spectacular.
Thanks for sharing !
In the first photo, the fence seems to climb right into the sky on Skye!ReplyDelete
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First time visit to your blog...and I am already enjoying your photos!!! Thank you for sharing your trip to Scotland!ReplyDelete
We only got as far as Edinborough when we traveled there, but I've added this to my "Places to See Before I Die!" XOXOReplyDelete
what great views. i hope to get there one day. we love traveling ... never been overseas ... fingers crossed for that. ( :ReplyDelete