This week’s Lens-Artists Photo Challenge comes from Tina. She has challenged us to depict cold.
I chose this photo of Loch Tay in Scotland. Fifteen miles long, a mile wide, and around five-hundred feet deep, Loch Tay lies in the valley between the villages of Kenmore and Killin. The area has a rich history from the Iron Age when ancient people lived on the loch on man-made islands called crannogs.
Beautiful at any time of the year, there is something extra lovely about Loch Tay when clothed in white.
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26 thoughts on “Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: Cold”
Beautiful shot, Wendy 😁 Brings back fond memories!
Thank you very much! I’m glad it triggered a happy memory for you. 🙂
So beautiful! It makes those mountains look positively alpine.
You’re right, the snow makes the mountains look even taller.
This is gorgeous Wendy!!
Thank you very much!
Perfect depiction of cold. Beautiful, but I would rather visit them in the summer with no snow. xo
Thank you, Darlene. This may be a really stupid question, but do you ever get snow in Spain?
There is no such thing as a stupid question! We don’t get snow where we live on the Mediterranean coast but they do get snow in the mountains. Not nearly as much as in Canada or Scotland though. Having said that, we did wake up to a dusting of snow one February morning 4 years ago. It hadn’t snowed in this part of Spain for over 80 years. Many people had never seen snow and were so excited. It was gone in a couple of hours. I moved here to get away from snow!! Hugs and Happy Thanksgiving. xo
Boy, I bet people WERE excited! I can’t imagine what it would be like seeing snow for the very first time.
It was really beautiful to see covered in snow. 🙂
Just beautiful! For me, snow is a rare and valued sight. Maybe one day I’ll see your country in winter.
I wish I lived in Scotland but alas, I live in Virginia. 🙂
Winter!! Fabulous photo!
I like your words “clothed in white” – and such a pretty place
Thank you! 🙂
Beautifully serene Wendy. Thanks for the mini-history too
I’m glad you enjoyed it!
A beautiful image of a cold place. I’ve never been to that part of Scotland, but it looks like I should go. Thanks, Wendy for posting and joining us.
Thank you so much, Patti. It’s a beautiful area.
A beautiful photo, Wendy
Thank you, Ruth!