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Collecting Water

Discussion in 'Street-City-Architecture' started by NewmanX, Apr 12, 2018.

  1. NewmanX

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    Been lovely weather here the past week, and was out for a stroll in town this afternoon, when we passed this little group. Lots of natural springs and thermals here, sometimes much nicer tasting than tap water.
    Love the little girls face.

    x-e2, 27mm f/4.0, 1/1700, ISO 400. Cropped quite vigorously!

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    Lucky you, still it is winter with us, tho the thermometer did reach a roasting hot 5 deg c yesterday :)
     
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    Thanks Angus. Yeah, we’re coming to Scotland next week for a holiday. Looking forward to some fresh air and a cool down.
     
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    Really?
    Where are you going to visit?
    Where in Eastern Europe are you from?
    I hope you have a good stay here, please feel free to ask or PM me for information for places to visit, stay and things to do
     
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    We’re in Slovakia now, but move around. Hungary before.
    We’re off to Skye. Been there the past 3 years always around April. Before that we always visited Islay. Bit of walking, and hopefully our first Munroe near Pitlochry on the way back to Edinburgh. Hope to get some nice shots.
    Thanks for the offer, very kind.
     
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    Pitlochry is great, we usually take a weekend there once a year, and travel to Rannoch, which is a huge expense of barren empty mountainous landscape, great for photography. There’s a fine restaraunt in Pitlochry called the Fern cottage, we’ve always had a memorable meal there.
    The skiing is still ongoing, I think in the Cairngorms, not sure about Glenshee, if you’re into skiing.
    We got sunshine and a bit of heat this weekend, hopefully it continues for your journey.
    Edit; forgot to mention if you’re at Pitlochry, Loch Tay and the Crannog is worth a visit also Dunkeld
     
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    Great. Thanks for the tips, especially the restaurant!
     

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