An Island Road

I am in black & white mode at the moment, and came across this photo again, which I posted a few years ago.   I love the cow just ambling along, there had been a herd go pass a few seconds before I shot this photo, but there were too many, one was plenty to go with the figures.  We were on the Iona, an island off the West Coast of Scotland.  

28 comments

  1. This is great – I love black and white pictures and that cow looks in no hurry to catch up with the herd! I don’t know what happened, but I stopped seeing your posts in my reader. I’ve missed seeing your pictures and found your blog today only to see that I haven’t been following. Makes no sense, but glad I figured it out! Hope you are well – Happy New Year!

    1. Thank you and Happy New year to you. I sometimes lose people, not sure what happens, I think they haven’t posted anything for a long, but they are still there, so odd. So I am very please you found me and I am well and hope the same goes for you 🙂 Lynne

  2. I found your blog just this afternoon. I am reading your series on Iona now. I would love to go there. and maybe some surrounding islands, for a few weeks and write about each day.

    1. Glad you are reading about Iona, its a beautiful Island, we have visited four times and hope to go back in May for a 5th visit. I hope that you get to cross it off you wish list oneday 🙂 Lynne

      1. Oh well. I’m glad I have been able to show you Iona, and fingers cross that one day you will make it….you never can tell what the future hold 🙂

      2. If you go to Edinburgh, devote at least two hours to the castle. There is a small but nice aquarium near the 18th green of the golf course in St. Andrews. Dunkeld is important because some of Columba’s items were taken there to protect them from Viking raids.

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