Every year my family and I travel to the UK to visit my husband's family in the Lakes Region in England. This year we traveled further north to Scotland for a few days; here are some photos from our experience in that beautiful country.
There's nothing quite as unquiely beautiful as a Scottish blog and wildflowers.
I was so enchanted with this house with these intricate shell designs inlaid into the plaster facade. I can only imagine the time and commitment required to collect the shells and create the pattern!
The history of Scotland is known to go back almost 10,000 years to the beginning at the end of the last Ice Age. There is such a sense of history in the country; it's humbling to experience.
One of my favorite things we saw during our trip was this modern tapestry interpretation of the traditional Scottish kilt.
Back in New York, fall is right around the corner. I love how this poem by Victoria Erickson perfectly captures the feeling of the changing seasons.