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weekly photo challenge: serenity

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Loch Lomond

I know the clouds are low, and it’s a dull grey day, but I think this photo of Loch Lomond has a certain serenity about it.

Weekly Photo Challenge.

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21 thoughts on “weekly photo challenge: serenity

  1. Wonderfully serene and otherworldly. And also very soothing.

  2. yes the whole silent fore and mid ground triples the tranquility – gorgeous

  3. It’s a very moody scene, quite different when we were there one August and it was really hot and sunny. I like this version very much!

  4. It doesn’t need to be sunny to feel serene! Great photo 🙂

  5. The stillness is very peaceful.

  6. Perfect, even on a grey day. Now I’m singing that song in my head, but it says “The sun shines bright on Loch Lomond.” I think they got it wrong. 🙂

  7. Beautiful, I love scenes like this.

  8. Grey is a very soothing palette. This is nice and serene.

  9. Serene indeed, Elaine. In fact, it invokes the stirrings of memories long forgotten! Just the stirrings though… not the memories themselves, unfortunately!
    Lovely photograph.

    • Keep looking – the memories themselves might filter in (if you would like them to of course! 😉 )

      • I’ve just randomly found a term that describes this sensation, Elaine, and had to dash over here to tell you! I was reading a BBC News report of a man with chronic deja vu, and they mentioned other similar conditions, one being Presque vu, which translates as “almost seen”, this is the sense of being on the edge of an epiphany or realisation, for example recalling a memory. Random coincidence, I know, but though I’d share…!

        • Thanks for dropping by with that info. I hadn’t heard the term before, but it makes sense, and now that you have mentioned it I can think of a few occasions where I have nearly remembered something – sometimes a smell or something in a museum for example, sparks a memory I can’t quite put my finger on. 🙂

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