I love this week’s Photo Challenge. Ann-Christine has asked for photos with delicate colors.
One of my favorite things about Scotland’s scenery is the way it looks in the ever-changing light. There is something so magical and lovely about it. Sometimes everything is bright, crisp, and clear. Often, it’s moody. And sometimes the light casts the land in perfect, soft, almost pastel hues.
Here are three selections I chose from my archives for today’s challenge.
After the rain: the ruins of St. Anthony’s Chapel, located in Holyrood Park in Edinburgh.
Stonehaven War Memorial as viewed from Dunnottar Castle near the town of Stonehaven.
Looking at the Firth of Forth from inside the grounds at Lauriston Castle in Edinburgh.
Have a great Sunday!
13 thoughts on “Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: Delicate Colours”
I love the colours!! Great photos. xo
All very fine places. Great photos!
Thanks so much, Kev! I sure am missing that light right now.
Beautiful photos. Soothing to look at.
Thank you, Ally!
Agree with you 1000% about the changing light in Scotland – you’ve done it beautiful justice.
Thanks so much, Tina. 🙂
Very beautifully captured!!
Beautiful and unique take on the challenge. And I like how you described the light as moody. Well done.
Thank you very much! 🙂
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