Scotland: My travel pictures

Lily Holbrook showcases her travel pics from Scotland

Lily Holbrook
9th November 2020

In a time where travelling far from home seems impossible, here are my memories of last summer's much needed getaway to Scotland.

The iconic Old Course at St Andrews. With fewer visitors from around the world, it was easy to appreciate the peaceful beauty of the world famous Home of Golf.

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An early morning exploring the rocks on the coast of St Andrews. The skies were blue and beautiful and everything felt still. The peace was momentarily disturbed when I tried to manoeuvre between the rocks and found myself in a pool of icy ocean water.
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The streets of St Monans. With quiet side streets and picturesque houses, this sleepy seaside town was a perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of reality.
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With the ocean at my fingertips, every morning I walked or ran to West Sands beach. After this run I took off my trainers and paddled, appreciating every moment I could spend this close to the sea.

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Travelling solo for the first couple of days, my first evening in Edinburgh saw me taking in the views by Edinburgh Castle. The sun had emerged after leaving the grey and rainy skies of Newcastle and despite a northern chill on my bare legs, I felt warm..

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AUTHOR: Lily Holbrook
MA Media & Journalism student at Newcastle University and science sub-editor for the 20/21 academic year.

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