Looks like quite a good place for an HDRI shot? :)
Good memories, eh?
Di' ye have yer kilt on laddie, when takin' th' picture?Pictures just take you back, don't they?
That is stunning. Where was it taken?
Isn't the Watrous area just gorgeous?J/K. I think the sound of the band Iona has captured the beautiful 'visual aura'.
Taken a year ago on the Isle of Iona, Scotland.I miss it.
Thank you for answering my question. My husband has been wanting to g to the Outer Hebrides and write a screenplay there . . . but we haven't amassed the necessary funds. I'll have to show him your photo to keep his dream alive.
Can't get this picture out of my head whilst thinking about a sermon for Trinity Sunday. Not just great art, but good theology - a new slogan for the blog ? Oh and Ruth, Iona is definitely not in the Outer Hebrides !
Ah, yes, I knew that Iona was Inner Hebrides. I was just associating the word Hebrides. I guess they must be quite different, huh?
I still had your photo in mind when doing prep for Trinity Sunday. This quote from Hildegard of Bingen seemed to sum it up:"Everything that is in the heavens, on the earth, and under the earth is penetrated with connectedness, penetrated with relatedness."
I'm moderating all the comments these days.Thanks.