Welcome back to My Saturday Drive! It has been a while since I posted a blog but we are back now. Let’s kick off the first post of 2019 with what I think was the best shot I have ever taken and how I got to do it! With this post, I hope to inspire you to get out there and enjoy the process of finding amazing places to photograph.
I would like to note that this is something that anyone visiting Scotland can and should do and if you live around the Glasgow area, you can do it any time you want.Read More
Scotland is an amazing country. From beautiful scenery to some of the kindest people in the world, Scotland is slowly becoming a really popular tourist destination. Maybe you’ve seen it on social media, or, maybe you’ve heard it in the news, but Scotland, particularly the Highlands and the Islands, is now on Lonely Planet‘s top places to visit for 2019.
As I get more and more involved in the world of traveling and photography around Scotland, I can’t help but see more and more people online starting to become interested in what it is like to live here.
I moved to Scotland almost 8 years ago, from Romania. I studied Biochemistry at the University of Glasgow and went on mini adventures as many times as I could, in an attempt to see as much as I could of this place. Inevitably, I couldn’t help but fall in love with this country. The culture, the landscapes, the roads, and, most importantly, the people, make this place a wonderful place to be. Keep on reading to find out more about what I think it’s like to live in Scotland.