Time passes and my mind gets lost in a million of anxiety-related thoughts around this global pandemic that seems to never reach an end.
So I was thinking about myself this time last year and how much really it is important to stay in the moment and to enjoy it to its full potential because a global pandemic can really be lurking around the corner, as incredible as it may sound.
Last year at the end of September I visited the beautiful Scotland and its landscapes that all took my breath away, and it’s the strangest thing to stay here thinking that it will take some time to arrange again a travel with light heart just like we used to do only a handful of months ago…
When I visited the lovely village of Crovie I was picturing myself there, immersed into nature, far from almost everything and, most of all, granted with the most beautiful sight to the ocean…not bad at all, although I am not sure I would ever be brave enough to live a life like that, enchantingly slow!
Sure this pandemic taught us all to slow down a lot and to enjoy the nooks and crannies of our homes, hot coffee in one hand as cold weather approaches. So, without further ado, here are some visual memories from the latest far away travel, and here and here other photos from the same trip.