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Hanging out in a little Scottish village
I am mostly a city person, both by choice of where I live, and by virtue of where I normally travel. I just end up in cities, most of the time. So when I have the opportunity to get out of a city and stay in a little village, I take advantage of it - especially in Europe.
The village of Drymen is not far from Glasgow, Scotland (and close to the Glasgow Airport) and honestly, there is not much to do there. It's a cute little town, but it's sparse. I believe the population is under 1,000. How did I end up there, you ask?
Well, I was due to be at a customer event at Mar Hall the following day. Mar Hall is a luxury resort which is reasonably nearby. Since I had arrived a day early - and couldn't get into Mar Hall - I opted to explore the local area, which includes Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park.
I just got on Google and looked until I found a little hotel out that way, and when one came up and was in Drymen, well, my decision was made. I just booked it, and I'm glad I stayed there. It was quaint.
Mostly I used it as a base for exploring the nearby Loch Lomond and Loch Ard, but late one afternoon I grabbed a few shots within walking distance of the hotel. My personal favorite was the old church, and all the weather-beaten tombstones in the graveyard. I find that stuff interesting, though a little spooky at times.
Well, that's a quick tour of a quaint little Scottish village. Not much to it, really - but I found it very interesting, beautiful in its own way, and quite photogenic!