From the recent trip, I am still cherishing these collection of the memories recorded on the video. This is Kyle of Lochalsh, by A87. You will see the bridge connecting the Isle of Skye and to Scotland. It is such a serene and a calm place to be at – that it just feels refreshing. Even looking back it – it just makes me feel as I am there.
View, enjoy and share – that is what travel is for, re-live the beauty of mother earth whilst you can.
The earliest record of a permanent settlement is in 656, when Streonshal, was the place where Oswy, the Christian king of Northumbria, founded the first abbey, under the abbess, Hilda. The Synod of Whitby was held there in 664. In 867, the monastery was destroyed by Viking raiders, and was re-founded in 1078. It was in this period that the town gained its current name, Whitby, (from “white settlement” in Old Norse). In the following centuries Whitby functioned as a fishing settlement until, in the 18th century, it developed as a port and centre for shipbuilding and whaling, trade in locally mined alum and the manufacture of Whitby jet jewellery.
Nature, as it stands and Nature as it sings – One of the most beautiful places that I go for walk and this Tree has made me fall in love with it.
The beauty as it says not only exists in humans but also in the nature.
Have a beautiful week ahead.
Love & Energy to you all.