The girlie and I leave for a long weekend with other families whose kids were diagnosed with cancer, it's a fun filled weekend yearly that we love. Canoeing, swimming, hiking, archery, and so much more. Because I'll be offline for the weekend I wanted to share the exciting release of Pagan Living's Autumn 2012 issue. It's a lovely mag and I was quite honored to be asked if Id be interested in writing an article for it. So, persimmon-y love shall be found somewhere within the pages of the magazine. I'll be back writing a new foody article for their Winter issue later this year! Such fun!
Scotland was a dream, we are definitely going back and really want to move there. I have loads of photos I am still working through to resize and some to clean up a bit (lots of photos taken from trains and cars as the country sped by). The most boggling thing that happened there was silence. Silence! My intuitive self found peace for the first time in my life, it was BLISS! No chatter, no spirit, no emotions coming off everything, just stillness and I was so happy to experience it.
on Isle of Harris, that purple blip at the bottom is a mystery, I took this photo in a burst of three images and this was the middle photo.
Glenfinnan Viaduct, made famous in the Harry Potter movie
A fisherman in Mallaig Harbour
spectacular view from Portree, Isle of Skye
at Òb nan Ròn
— Staffin, Isle of Skye, Scotland
Creag An Fèilidh aka "Kilt Rock"