Green oak, Gore Glen, Midlothian
Green acorns, Midlothian
Dogs in green grass, Arthurs Seat, Edinburgh
Green seaweed, Applecross
Green mountains, Skye
Green green grass
Green circular seat
Giant green leaves, Plockton
Here is my gallery of Green, from Scotland, where the grass grows soft and green due to copious rainfall and gentle sunlight 🙂
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Hi, I'm Seonaid, and I share my home on the shores of Loch Ness deep in the Scottish Highlands with my husband, my son and a couple of dogs. I love art which is here now and gone tomorrow...like food and nature...but also have a passion for vintage and the ancient past! Nature is my favourite muse, with her wild ever shifting seasons. I have been using and teaching mindfulness and relaxation for over 12 years, and have yet to become any sort of expert :-) I'm a Psychotherapist and Cancer Support Specialist in Maggies Highlands
These are wonderful examples of green. 😉 TY for the pingback!
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Aww thank you for adding the link to my gallery:)
My pleasure…liked your pictures and wanted to share them 🙂
Well. These pictures have helped move my I-know-I’ll-get-there-someday trip to Scotland to the top of my must-see list. Beautiful.
I’m so glad….perhaps I need some commision from the Scottish Tourist Board!!
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Fantastic gallery! The dogs…gorgeous! I had a bearded collie before my new ones, who are lagotto romagnolos. In fact I went to Scotland to see her cousins working, on Isle of Skye too.
Ah..those are the dogs you went to see working on your one sunny day 🙂 They are fabulous, especially in their natural environment, windy Scottish hills, with lots of sheep or cattle! Mine are from working stock from Skye and Gairloch (a little higher on the mainland) so who knows they might have been related! Where are the lagotto romagnolos from originally?
They arre from Italy – Romagna. From the start water dogs, but they drained the marshes and lakes, so the dogs had to be trained for something else. Digging for the precious truffle!
Ah…do yours like to dig? Two of mine could make a career out of it!!
Go to Italy and get rich! We only have truffle on the island of Gotland here, and it’s not the valuable one…no thousands of euros for a half kilo here…
I’ve never been to Scotland, but my daughter tells me that it is so beautiful. 🙂
Well I am very biased but I think its one of the most amazing places on the planet….so many different landscapes packed into a very small land mass. ‘Ive been lucky enough to have travelled quite a lot, but have yet to visit America….and there is just so much to see there…where to begin?
absolutely gorgeous .. of course the dogs are the best 🙂
They do have a habit of stealing the show 🙂
I love the dogs 🙂
Me too!! Meet Molly, Maisie and Willow 🙂
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Oh, me too! The dogs! And how did you do the lovely green daisy planet?
Hi, glad you enjoyed my green selection! The daisy planet is a photo of a flower meadow with some sky above, wrapped into a tiny sphere using an app called ‘tiny planet’. The same app made the green tunnel which is the green pentland hills shot (further down the gallery) wrapped in reverse. Great fun to play with 🙂
It looks just perfect with the grass and daisies – I love it!
Yeah, I know what you mean…a little minature fantasy world, perfect for getting lost in 🙂 Loved your green gallery too….especially the husky…is he/she yours?
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Love the dogs in the wind. Not exactly green – but well worth posting anyway!
Thanks….our surname is Green so technically they are all Green!!
Oooh, those dogs! Stunning photos.
They do love feeling the wind in their fur….especially if it involves a bit of hill climbing 🙂