Saturday, 13 April 2013

L... is for Loch Lomond and Luss

Loch Lomond is very very popular. Almost everyone who I know that has been to Scotland has been to Lomond. And it doesn't disappoint! The largest freshwater lake in the UK (nope, it isn't Loch Ness, with its monsters, that's the deepest), its waters are an absolute delight to look at. Silvery and ripling, the waters have a beautiful, serene quality with hardly any waves. The sides are dotted with low hills, and in autumn, the contrast of the yellows of the tops of pines with the surrounding dark greens is magnificient to look at!
Little known, and very close to the main tourist area of the Loch, is the village Luss. I only got to go there because I was with Scottish friends, who have lived in Glasgow all their lives! Luss is tiny, maybe a hundred or so houses. It is pretty and has this absolutely wonderful coffee shop where I had the most heavenly scones! Most of you will go to Lomond, if you can spare an extra hour, go to Luss, feed the duckies by the Loch, have a scone, you will have made a lovely headful of memories!




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This post is part of the ongoing A-to-Z Challenge. Previously, AyeBerwickCramondDisabilityEdinburghForth BridgeGlasgowHamishIsle of SkyeJohn o' Groats, Kirk.

4 comments:

Paula said...

Wonderful pictures!

Kathleen said...

One day. One day I will visit all of these places=)

I've nominated you for a blog award. If you're interested, all the information is here: http://writingreadingandlife.com/2013/04/13/l-is-for-liebster-an-award-that-is/

Betty Alark said...

Sounds and looks like a beautiful place! I simple adore being out in nature and being in tune with Gods creative majestic aspects of the earth! Thanks for sharing!
Hope to get back during the A-Z Chanlleng!

Udita Banerjee said...

Paula, Betty: Thanks very much, for stopping by and reading through.
Kathleen: Why, thank you! You are very kind!