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:

James Higham said...

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

This is a travelogue, DQS.

Don QuiScottie said...

"Travels with Aileen"? Hmm...

CherryPie said...

It is a perfect view.

Claude said...

Nice countryside!

jams o donnell said...

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

Don QuiScottie said...

She has plenty of strangeness and charm of her own.

growltigger said...

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.

Don QuiScottie said...

Thanks. Some way from Hertfordshire :)