Wandering

6 Scottish sights you won’t be able to keep to yourself

Instagrammable Scotland

Everything has an ‘instagrammable’ factor now doesn’t it? Wether we like to admit it or not. Haven’t we all been somewhere or done something either because we saw it on Instagram or deemed it would look good on our own feed? I know I have. Sad, but true.

We won’t beat ourselves up over this, it’s just life. It’s how we have evolved as a people -you know, all that stuff about seeking affirmation. It touches us all and we must work hard to not let it take hold. Ever.

With that in mind how about thinking about what you stumbled across recently that was nearly so damn perfect/beautiful/awesome that you nearly forgot to snap it? You were literally busy doing that other thing that people are talking about -being in the moment.

For me that’s the sights of a recent week away in Scotland’s National Park area -The Cairngorms. I’ll be sharing more about this and the stunning little cottage we rented; a refurbished Steading in the middle of nowhere! But for now, coming back to those truly Instagrammable moments (and there were so many) that I stumbled across -and after brief moments of awe and admiration, did, in fact remember to capture them for you too.

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The glass like waters at Aviemore
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A Royal playground -The Hermitage
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Queen’s View -Pitlochry
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View from the A9 -Blairgowrie to Glenshee
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The last of civilisation for miles -Bridge of Cally
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View from the Chairlift – Glenshee Ski Village

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