Tuesday, June 8, 2010

30-second recap


Parliament Square, London

I'm still playing catch up at work (and sleep), so I haven't managed to sift through all the photos yet...or have some developed. [Annoyingly enough, my camera battery died on the second to last day and I had to resort to a disposable camera (and yes, they still make those).] Until I can get around to a full-fledged, proper post, here's a sneak peak:

Leeds Castle, County Kent

Inverness, Scotland

Elgin Cathedral, Scotland

Glen Coe, Scotland

Suffice it to say that we had an amazing time.

22 comments:

Anne. said...

Found your gorgeous blog through Green Street and I was literally breathless at the first picture. Then I scrolled down only to find photos as equally amazing. Your blog's a wonderful find and I can't wait to read more!

Kate Coveny Hood said...

I feel for you on the disposable cameras... I got married in 2000 when not everyone had digital yet - and we actually used the leftover cameras from our wedding tables for our Honeymoon. Hit or miss at best - and grainy! It's like looking at a photo album from the '60s. Oh well - 2000 is vintage by now, right?

Love these images! Can't wait to see more.

Janell @ Isabella and Max said...

Gorgeous skies, green grass, the photo from Glen Coe, Scotland is striking in its vastness.

Fran said...

Welcome Back! So excited to hear about your trip. I can't believe you went to Glen Coe, Scotland! That is where my husband and I spent part of our honeymoon! We also went to the Isle of Skye in Scotland. Looking forward to seeing your pictures!

Things That Inspire said...

Wow, these pictures make my heart sing - my favorite places in the world are in the UK.

Acanthus and Acorn said...

Oh, it looks like you had such a good trip!

Kara said...

Good to have you back but I'm glad you had a great time.

Liz @ It's Great To Be Home said...

Gorgeous photos!!! I'll be hitting up Europe later this month and your pics have me quite excited. :)

Laura@JourneyChic said...

Gorgeous photos! Bummer about the camera. Can't wait to hear more! Good luck getting back into the swing of things. :)

Christy said...

Ooh what gorgeous photos - disposable or no! I can't wait to hear all about your trip and see more photos! So glad it was an amazing trip!

Cristin said...

beautiful photos Averill!

The Zhush said...

Such beautiful photos..can't wait to see more! Did you see Lochness? :)

Dayka (Life +Style) said...

beautiful photos, averill. glad you guys made it back safe!

The Shiny Pebble said...

I love European vacations... Living there, not so much. My after 6:00PM trips to the grocery store for ice cream seem to suffer when I lived there.

Couture Carrie said...

Exquisite photos, darling!
What an awesome trip!

xoxox,
CC

Dumbwit Tellher said...

Averill I've been gone too long. Can't believe your in the U.K. now. I'm thinking about you and so pleased to see your gorgeous photos. Grahams cousins and Aunt live in Inverness & Glen Coe is one of his favorite spots. He sure enjoyed seeing your photos too. Hope you & Dave continue to have great times and looking forward to following along. Safe travels to you both!

Sarah said...

Welcome back, Averill!! Sorry about your camera, but glad to hear you had a great time! I can not wait to see the rest of the pics and here about your time there....I'm actually reading the latest book of the Outlander seriesby Diana Galbadon right now...these books have made me totally want to go to Scotland!!!

Marsha said...

Thanks for sharing your photos. Can't wait to hear about your trip. Did you make it up to Dornoch, north of Inverness? I'm heading there in July. What did you wear for an outer coat?

Kathysue said...

Averill the scenery is so gorgeous. What a wonderful trip you have had. Love these picts, thanks for sharing. I also was so complimented that you are going to show your landscaper pictures of my yard. It is a pretty peaceful place to sit and enjoy. Can't wait to hear what all you come up with,Kathysue

LindsB said...

looks like a fabulous trip- your photos are beautiful!

Marija said...

Tell me those are the pics you snapped before your camera died? Otherwise, I need to go get a disposable and stop wasting my time with my cumbersome camera! I studied in England and regret not having taken the time to visit Scotland. These pics have me itching to visit!

Hello Lover... said...

Beautiful images! I cannot wait to see more!

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