Inverarary, Scotland, is a truly charming village located in western Scotland on Loch Fyne. We were here a very short time, slogging through narrow, picturesque streets through a steady, gentle rainfall. Inverarary means “Mouth of the aray” in Scottish-Gaelic. We did not have time for a tour, but the Inverarary Maritime Heritage Museum is located here, based beside the iron sailing ship Arctic Penguin and the Vital Spark. All the buildings were painted white with black trim. I managed to get a few shots that I like. Please enjoy.
White Washed (C) 2014 by Debi Bradford
Loch Fyne (C) 2014 by Debi Bradford
Window and Bluebells (C) 2014 by Debi Bradford