On my very last full day in Scotland, I hopped on a train from Glasgow to Edinburgh and then on a bus to South Queensferry. Quickly dropped my luggage at the hotel and went for a walk through South Queensferry
for a bite to eat and a boat trip to Incholm Island.
Always present – the three Forth Bridges
Going through the old railway bridge towards Incholm Island.
I left Skye very early morning and drove back to Edinburgh where my Scottish summer had started and returned the car. I hopped on a train to Glasgow where I spent my last two days in the lovely Native Hotel in the city centre. A hotel that greets you with a big chunk of cheese and a bottle of wine, what´s not to love there?
I spent the two days exploring the city and leaving my camera in the hotel. Enjoy a little Glasgow “photo dumb” from my phone. Starting with the Gallery of Modern Art
Taking the subway to the West End
Walking back to the city and just having to stop at the Willows Tea Room
Going to the Southside the next day and walking towards Pollok country park and Pollok House
The Old Sligachan Bridge is probably one of the iconic sights on the Isle of Skye. Just off the main road, the bridge is set in the stunning landscape of the Cuilins with an amazing view of the Black Cuillins mountains.
Sligachan Bridge was built between 1810 and 1818 by Thomas Telford, with three spans, this rubble bridge has a pronounced hump going over river Sligachan. Today it is only for pedestrians or bicyclists.
I started walking along the track behind the bridge, along the river – pretty boggy but so beautiful.