Wordless Wednesday: When Winter Melts Away

Loch Morlich

close up shot of melting ice on the loch's surface
close up of melting ice on the loch beside a rock
Loch Morlich part-covered in ice, reflecting the clouds and blue sky

Thank you again for all your good wishes before we went on our break!

It was lovely to spend some time in the Cairngorms and see the ice melting on the lochs.

Wishing you all a wonderful Wednesday,

with love from Xenia xxx

Photographs by Xenia Tran, edited in lr.

Camera: Canon Powershot SX60 HS, Settings: f/6.5 – 1/1000 s – ISO 200, f/5.6 – 1/2000 s – ISO 200 and f/8 – 1/1250 s – ISO 200.

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The stories, poems and photographs on Tranature are the original creative work of Xenia Tran, inspired by the natural surroundings of the Scottish Highlands.

28 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday: When Winter Melts Away”

    1. Thank you so much for your kind words dear Tina. It’s still quite cold and we had to wrap up warm for our hike in the Cairngorms – the melting ice is hopefully a promise of warmer times to come! xxx

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    1. Thank you so much for your kind words dear Lois, it’s lovely to be back. Hope you are having a great day and much love to you, Parker, Piper and Pumpkin from all of us here 🤗💖 xxx

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    1. Thank you so much for your kind words dear Miriam and for guest-hosting this lovely challenge 💖 xxx

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  1. Beautiful, Xenia. Glad you had a nice break. My husband and I are supposed to be staying in the Cairngorms in nine weeks, but I don’t think things are looking good at this point. I know a lot can happen in two months, but I can’t help but get the sinking feeling we may have to cancel our trip.

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    1. Thank you so much for your kind words dear Wendy. There is a lot of uncertainty at present and it may be difficult to travel until more is known. Fingers crossed you will be able to stay in the Cairngorms when it is safe to travel again xxx

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