Posted by: wildswimmers | May 17, 2016

Wonderful swimming

Spring has sprung; indeed we had summer last week, with temperatures of over 30 degrees!  Thus swimming is wonderful, cool and luscious.  Walking is tricky – trying to make your way through swathes of primroses and bluebells without stepping on any is almost impossible.  Little boat trips and picnics are now starting to happen and the whole summer is ahead!  Here’s a flavour of the wonders of Argyll: (ignore my legs).




  1. Love it! Rainy night in! X0
    Sent from my BlackBerry® wireless device


  2. As always beautiful photos, Iona xxxxxx


    • So easy to take when we have this wonderful scenery all around. But thank you. Send me some of your cruise pics when you get time ! Please!


  3. Nice post but if you are sharing photos of the wonders of Argyll, I cannot understand why I am not featured!

    Sent from my iPhone


  4. Amazing pix Iona! xxxxxxx


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