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Scotland/Ireland- Part 2

If there’s one thing this trip taught me, it’s what the meaning of the color green is. Green is something that’s alive. It’s ever-growing, waving hello, and just being. It’s preparing places of peace. It’s something so alive that it can be there for you or not be there for you. I’ve always said my favorite color is green, and people usually respond with, “Oh, what kind of green?” I never know what to say. “Oh ya know…just, GREEN.” I finally have my better and most true answer now: Highland Green.

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Glendalough- Lower Lake

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Lower Lake from up high

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back in Scotland

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That’s it. All the film photos from my travels, minus a couple that I’m hiding because they’re not “aesthetically blurry” they’re “ugly blurry”.

I’ll end my slew of photos with another miscellaneous list.

Places I Loved:

The Hungry Gull- Uig, Scotland

Whistlebinkies- Edinburgh, Scotland

Castle Rock & Cowshed Hostel- Edinburgh & Uig

Old Man Stoor- Isle of Skye, Scotland

Glendalough- Ireland

Hootenanny’s- Inverness, Scotland

Books Upstairs- Dublin, Ireland

Need to Go Back and See:

Cliffs of Moher, Belfast, & Galway- Ireland

Glasgow- Scotland

Everywhere in Isle of Skye ❀

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