With the colours of Autumn starting to appear on the trees around Geneva, I’ve been thinking back to the trip we took last October. Driving through the Scottish Highlands was definitely one of the highlights of 2012 for me, and I’m so glad we went at this time of year. Although the colours weren’t perhaps at their best, the variety of yellows and greens on display was fabulous. And nowhere was this more apparent than Loch Katrine.
We took a boat tour around the loch and the natural landscape in every direction was just stunning. The water was so calm and the reflections created as a result were mesmerizing. I was completely surprised by Scotland, I really did not expect it to be so beautiful! But it stole my travelling heart in many ways, and I can’t wait to return again.
Here are four of my best shots from our hour on the loch. Which is your favourite? A, B, C or D?
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