Sunday, October 07, 2012

heavy clouds high lands

 
 inundated with new visions
 stupefied by wonder
Northern Ireland and the highlands of Scotland
 ....huge beauty... isolation

 shapes and colours that are familiar
others that are much grander,  stranger
 
I feel stretched and blessed.

12 comments:

Ms. said...

ahhhhhhhhhh.

mansuetude said...

Stunning.


Days one slips past self and entangles "dream"

Thank you

Hoola Tallulah said...

It's wonderful seeing your photos of Ireland, such a beautiful country, enjoy!

Penny Berens said...

Oh, those highlands of Scotland.... they call to the soul don't they.

over the rainbow said...

Coming from the land of wide sky and opulent clouds, I have NEVER seen anything like this. Your photos are amazing....thank you so much for sharing your journey! I have always been drawn to visit that place......they DO call to the Soul.......

Velma Bolyard said...

you are, indeed. so beautiful--these are places i want to visit someday.

wholly jeanne said...

So lovely. We drove through clouds on our way home yesterday, and I took loads of photos thinking I'd share them on my blog. Didn't get around to it, but dreamed about them all night long, along with words from/about my paternal grandmother. Love the windows, too.

Ann Knickerbocker said...

These photographs really LOOK the way the air FEELS... you have let us be in that space. Thank you!

Paula Kovarik said...

A magical space. Pregnant with chill and mystery. I loved that coast when I visited and these photos remind me of those cliffs where one often imagines strange rituals and windy spirits.

Eva said...

The valley must be Glencoe, looks familiar to me.

Judy Martin said...

We did visit Glencoe. The highlands of Scotland are extremely gorgeous to me. We also went to Newtonmore and the Cairngorms.

Linda said...

What awe inspiring views. Half my blood comes from Scotland, and it pulls me back. Thanks for the beautiful photos Judy.