We don’t get to see much snow in Britain these days, even in Scotland. So when I rounded the bend I was ecstatic to discover the mountains laden with a good covering of snow. Heaven!
This week’s contribution to Narami’s Tuesday’s of Texture (de monte y mar).
Beinn na Caillich (the hill of the old woman) ever present and the Kirkyard of Cill Chriosd (Christ’s church), Blaven, Isle of Skye, Scotland.
According to wikipedia written records date back to 1505. However, the kirk’s location is thought to date as far back to the 600s when St Maelrubha (who lived from 642 to 722) was seen to preach from the top of a nearby rocky knoll, called Cnoc na-Aifhreann, (hill of the mass).
The eternal illusion of time.
When I finally took the plunge and began blogging I could not have envisaged how much joy all the posts written and read would have brought me and how much they have expanded my world.
So I would like to say a big thank you to everyone, valued followers and single visitors, who have taken the time to look, read and/or comment on my contributions and to wish you all a happy, healthy and abundant 2016.