Inverarary

ImageVital Spark (C) 2014 by Debi Bradford

 

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.

 

ImageStone Bridge to Inverarary (C) 2014 by Debi Bradford

 

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White Washed (C) 2014 by Debi Bradford

 

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Loch Fyne (C) 2014 by Debi Bradford

 

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Window and Bluebells (C) 2014 by Debi Bradford

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12 comments

    1. It is, Gaelyn. It was unfortunate that our hour there coincided with rain but still it was beautiful. We walked down to the water and found some old pottery. Just a lovely, peaceful place.

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