Snapshots of Scotland in Fall

Hello Beautiful Scotland in Fall!

The colors of the leaves right now are my consolation for 4:30 sunsets.

They are AH-MAH-ZING.

Every time I go outside, I take about fifty pictures of trees and leaves.

So here are my twenty highlights from the last ten days or so.


A spot discovered near Aviemore while visiting Cole last week.

Bennachie, one of our favorite hikes in any season.

Yellow Larch Trees in Bennachie.

Even the ferns are changing colors. Bennachie again.


From Mither Tap in Bennachie.

We’ve had an unusual number of blue sky days lately.

Afternoon light on the larch trees in Kirkhill forest.

I first discovered these golden pine needles in Banff a few years ago. They are so happy to me. Yellow Christmas trees.

This is a forest preserve just outside of Aviemore.

We went on a hike after a big breakfast out at the Mountain Cafe in Aviemore.

Nethy Bridge, Scotland in Fall, Autumn Color, Chasing Daylight

Nethy Bridge. (I had a picnic near this spot with my Speyside Sistas last May!)

This trail is near the camp where Cole works in Nethy Bridge.

Just outside of Craigellachie.

A trail near the camp where Cole works.

Walking to church with Simon.

Our neighborhood.

Happy Fall Y’all! I hope you’re enjoying gorgeous colors wherever you are today!


  1. Glorious autumn, gorgeous photos. Can never get enough of the colors of fall, blue blue skies and wispy clouds.

  2. Absolutely beautiful!

  3. Breathtaking! And Craigellachie? Seriously? Love it!

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