Why it is impossible to insult a Scot Posted on May 26, 2013 by windhound Tagged Arran, Ayrshire coastline, beauty, colour, happiness, Holy Isle, landscape, lighthouse, pure Nature, Scotland, seascape, sense of humour, sky, subtelty, turnberry 7 Comments Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related
Okay. I’ll play… Why is it impossible to insult a Scot?
Gorgeous landscape, BTW!
Because when you belong to such a beautiful country who cares what anyone thinks about you. This statement could in fact be used by anyone on this stunning planet if they so choose.
The photograph is of Turnberry lighthouse taken with the backdrop of the Holy Isle and Island of Arran. No photoshop involved, just clean air.
Fantastic! Working on a trip to Scotland next summer. Can’t wait!
That is a good plan.
How beautiful; like a painting. One could really get lost in this image.
This is a magical place where the light is woven with water and the combination creates the most wondrous illusions.
It’s really beautiful. A wonderful image.