Thursday, 21 February 2013

Looking down from the Ochils

Here is a view from a skim down the Ochil Hills, looking north across wide Strathearn to the snow-covered Grampian mountains just visible far beyond. It's a shame that photographs flatten out such a view, but still, it's nice. I persuaded Aileen to fly upside down so that I could get a photo of home that was the right way up, but this just rekindled an argument that will never be settled, I reckon. "Does the universe really have an Up?" I demanded, only to be asked, "Which universe?" in return. Foreigners... Sigh.

8 comments:

  1. skim down the Ochil Hills, looking north across wide Strathearn to the snow-covered Grampian mountains

    This is a travelogue, DQS.

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  2. Just as well she didn't advise you that the landscape also had strangeness and charm!

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  3. She has plenty of strangeness and charm of her own.

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  4. At first glance I though the green hills in the foreground were an area in Hertfordshire, then I saw the Grampians in the distance. Nice photo.

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  5. Thanks. Some way from Hertfordshire :)

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