My Saturday Drive
Exploring beautiful Scotland!
Goodbye Summer Today officially marks the end of summer for this year. The sun's warmth, the long days, beaches and barbeques are gone but will not be forgotten! Fair well summer, we will miss all 3 weeks of you for us folk here in Scotland haha! Who's ready for some autumnal colours? I know I am! Leave a comment bellow with your favourite season or your favorite memory from this summer. My favourite season is definitely summer. My favorite moments were the evening drives, lazy days at the beach and the barbeques! To see some what Scotland looked like this summer, head over to mysaturdaydrive.com or click the link in bio. Otherwise, if you enjoy my photos, stay tune, hit the follow button because there are plenty more beautiful photos to come!
Campsie Fells Hi everyone! Hope you had a lovely weekend. We went all the way to Aberdeen to see another old Bimmer. Once again, the owner wasn't honest about the condition of the car. Should I just give up and admit that there isn't one out there that hasn't been completely rendered useless by rust? Anyways, we made the best of the day and went up to Rattray Head, as you hopefully saw in the stories. Beautiful place and photos will come soon, of course. In the mean time, please enjoy this different angle from Campsie Fells and let me know what you think down below! For all other Scotland photography and travel blogs, please check out mysaturdaydrive.com or click the link in bio. If you don't want to miss any of my awesome posts, smash that follow button!
Campsie Fells There you have it! A nice wee angle of one of the waterfalls at Campsie Fells! Let me know wha you think down below and wish you all an awesome weekend! For all other Scotland photography and travel blogs, please vitis mysaturdaydrive.com or click the link in bio! If you enjoy my photos, please consider following!
Campsie Fells Here's a wee look from our 'back yard' sort of speak! Campsie Fells is a nice little range of volcanic mountains right outside Glasgow. Here's a shot from the lovely river running down the hills! Let me know what you think down below! It's surreal that we only need to drive 30 minutes from our home to see this beauty! For more Scotland photography and travel blogs, please feel free to visit mysaturdaydrive.com or click the link in bio. If you enjoy my photos, please consider following!
Red Deer Apologies for not posting yesterday. Decided to take a spontaneous little trip to Campsie Fells which is right outside of Glasgow for some waterfall shoots! Photos coming soon and well done to the ones who guessed the answer in the stories! Meanwhile, here's a handsome fella from the Red Deer Range in Galloway Forrest Park! As always, really appreciate your comments so feel free to leave one if you like this guy! As always, mysaturdaydrive.com is always there for you to visit for more photos and blog posts where so help me God I will write something once I finally stop looking at cars haha! If you enjoy my photos, do hit the follow button! Let's hit 1k before the 1year birthday so we can aslo start that giveaway!
Red Deer Here's a wee snapshot of a lovely munchkin we found at the Red Deer Range in the Galloway Forest Park! There's a cabin you can go in just off the side of the road and it let's you look at these wonderful creatures in their natural habitat. Ever pet one of them before? It's quite controversial here as some argue it's innocent, while others argue you would create a negative impact in their species if you interact with them. What do you think? Comment below! Otherwise, please check out mysaturdaydrive.com or click the link in bio for some more amazing Scotland photos as well as some travel blogs I've written. I do promise I will write some more! If you enjoy my photos, please smash that follow button!
Fasnacloich Hope everyone has had a lovely weekend. Sorry for not posting yesterday. Went to see another car, where unfortunately, yet again, the seller was untruthful both in the ad and over the telephone. It resulted in us travelling 6 hours for nothing. We did get to stop at a lovely farm and bought some local produce and chased some chickens so the day wasn't lost. Let me know if you've had a better weekend and if you've enjoyed my shots from the Fasnacloich Fairy Bridge, situated in Argyll and Bute! For more of my Scotland Photography, please visit mysaturdaydrive.com or click the link in bio. If you enjoy my photos please feel free to follow!
Fasnacloich Here's some inhabitants of the forrest at Fasnacloich. I do like to get both wider shots of larger subjects as well focusing in on some cool intricate details I find around the forest. I hope you like it! Let me know what you think down below! Otherwise, have a great weekend and please check out mysaturdaydrive.com or click the link in bio for more amazing Scotland shots and travel blogs. Hit that follow button if you like my posts! It would be great to reach 1k before My Saturday Drive turns 1 in around a month!!
Fasnacloich Here's a look at the waterfall right before the Fairy Bridge! Thought I would take as many shots and as many angles as I could while I was there. Annoyingly, the actual walk was closed for restry operations but the bridge was still accessible from one side of the loop. As always, I enjoy reading your comments down below so let me know what you think! Please also check out mysaturdaydrive.com or just clik the link in bio for more Scotland photos and travel blogs. If you are enjoying my posts, please hit that follow button!
Fasnacloich Fairy Bridge With a fairy on top! Haha! It woudn't be Wednesday if we didn't have a #wcw appreciation post for my travel partner, @maryannepugh_ ! Hope you are all enjoying these photos and I'm liking how the grid is shaping up into this moody forest/green theme! Should be interesting to see how it changes with the autumn colours soon! Are you excited for autumn? Let me know down below! Otherwise, please check out mysaturdaydrive.com or click the link in bio for more Scotland photography and travel blogs. If you haven't done so already, yest you, I'm looking at you, smash that follow button!
Fasnacloich Fairy Bridge There you go! If you remember a wee while ago in my stories I was wearing some sexy boots! Well, this is one of the shots I took from the river! I've been meaning to shoot this iconic little foot bridge for a while and share it with you guys. Let me know what you think down below! For all other Scotland Photography, please check out my website at mysaturdaydrive.com or just click the link in bio. If you enjoy my photos, please smash that follow button!
Fasnacloich Here's a quick snap of a waterfall on the river that flows under the infamous Fairy Bridge in Fasnacloich! I'll have a few angles of it coming in the next coupe of posts! Hope you like and let me know if you do down in the comments! Also, as I hope you saw in my stories, was quite busy over the weekend and was unable to post unfortunately! Hope you all had an awesome weekend! For all other Scotland photography and travel blogs, check out mysaturdaydrie.com or click the link in bio. If you enjoy my posts, please consider following!
Fasnacloich In keeping with the foresty theme lately, I decided to skip a few shots I have from Strathaven Baloon Festival, as they are literally 1-2 that I would want to post and they don't really blend in with the grid right now. Do let me know if you want to see them. However, last weekend we went on a mission to find the magical fairy bridge at Fasnacloich! Here's a shot of a majestic looking tree on the way there! Being a @mysaturdaydrive trip as well, the drive was quite good! One of the best roads I've driven in a while from Tyndrum to Connel and from Connel to Creagan! I think a little Argyl and Bute full day guide is on order! Let me know what you think down below! Also please check out mysaturdaydrive.com or click the link in bio where you'll find more Scotland photography and travel blogs. If you enjoy my photos, please consider following!
Puck's Glen Here's a closer look at a wee wild flower from Puck's Glen, one of the many things that add up and make that forest walk so wonderful! I hope you've enjoyed this little series. Do let me know in the comments which one was your favourite, if you have one at all! Otherwise, always check out mysaturdaydrive.com or click the link in bio for more Scottish photography and travel blogs. If you are enjoying my photos please hit the follow button!
#wcw Not the Ghillie Duh, but his favourite person to roam forests, gorges, trails and beaches with. @maryannepugh_ Do you have a travel partner? Leave a comment! Otherwise, please check out my website at mysaturdaydrive.com or click the link in bio for my Scotland photography and travel blogs! If you aren't a follower then what are you waiting for?! Smash that follow button because when we reach 1000 awesome my saturday drivers there will be a giveaway of a print of a wonderful Scottish Landscape!
Ghillie Dhu Bearing similar in resemblance to yours truly, Ghillie Dhu is a small, invisible male fairy who lurks in the woods! He prefers birch trees and uses leaves and moss for clothing! (unfortunately, I am not that stylish) Ghillie Dhu only hangs out at night and punishes people who visit his forest at night. The words themselves mean dark haired lad in Gaelic. Gotta love a bit of Scottish folklore, am I right? Let me know what you think in the comments! Meanwhile, don't forget to check out mysaturdaydrive.com or click the link in bio for the latest travel blog and photography. If you enjoy my photos please go ahead and hit the follow button!
Puck's Glen Here's one of the tumbling burns from Puck's Glen. As it flows into the gorge over the many natural steps in the rock you are in for a wonderful show of tiny waterfalls. I could sit there all day, listening to all the sounds of the forest. Breathe in brethe out! Rumour has it if you hang around for a while you might even get to see Ghillie Dhu! Smash that follow button to stay tuned for the next post where I talk a little about Ghillie Dhu. Otherwise, leave a comment if you emjoy this fairy tale like view! For more Scotland photography and travel blogs with tips and tricks, check out mysaturdaydrive.com or click the link in bio! Cheers!
Puck's Glen Walking through the woods in Puck's Glen is like being in a fairy tale from the middle ages. All you here is the chirp of birds, rain drops hitting the still green leaves of trees, the rushing burn and the pure smell of earth! If you ever need to recharge, forget about problems for a second and immerse yourself in nature, go find some woods! Yup, that's my advice for this Friday: go get some wood! Leave a comment if you got yours! Otherwise, for more Scottish glory, visit my website at mysaturdaydrive.com or just click the link in bio, where you can find more Scotland travel blogs and photography. And if you like my photography, go ahead and smash that follow button!
Puck's Glen We went to Puck's Glen! It is one of the most famous short walks in the Cowal Peninsula. It is a dark and atmospheric trail, surrounded by rocky walls covered in moss amidst dense tall trees! What's your favourite nature walk? For us, this is definitely up there at the top! For more Scotland photography, please visit mysaturdaydrive.com or click the link in bio. If you enjoy my photography, please feel free to hit the follow button!
Blackness Here's one last look from Blackness Castle, this time from the top of it, looking into the village Blackness. I hope that you've enjoyed these few phtos from this castle! Let me know your thoughts down below and let me know where I should travel next in Scotland if you want to see something in particular! Other than that, you know where the travel blogs and best photos of Scotland are! That's right, mysaturdaydrive.com or link in bio! And if you don't want to miss a single post, smash that follow button!
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