Kilt Rock

Kilt Rock, Isle of Skye, Scotland

For today’s post, I knew I wanted to share something of the landscape. Such a challenging choice as there were so many beautiful sights and scenes from our trip to Scotland in September – of mountains and lakes and beaches, with every kind of weather wrapping them like a present. I chose Kilt Rock on the Trotternish peninsula, north of the town of Portree, on the Isle of Skye – so named because of the pattern of geological rock formations which resemble the plaid of local kilts. Included below is a bonus photo looking down the coast toward Portree.

This fall to celebrate travel, I’m highlighting photos that thejoyfulleye of mine took on our recent vacation to Scotland – if you missed them, other posts with photos inThis fall to celebrate travel, I’m highlighting photos that thejoyfulleye of mine took on our recent vacation to Scotland – if you missed it, other photos include: Urquart Castle and Meet Tony, Dunvegan Castle Garden blossom, and Callander.

Northeastern coast, Isle of Skye, at Kilt Rock

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