Photos!

As promised, here are some amazing photos of my trip to Scotland/Europe so far!

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An awesome dragon in the Tower of London that is made of weapons and armor.

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Changing of the guard.

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Big Ben

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The front of the main building of the University of Glasgow

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Loch Lomond and some hills!

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A great photo of me (probably one of my better photos, honestly)

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View from Dumbarton Castle

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Bogey poses with the view from my window.

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A nice pond with some mountains in the background

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Look at how big they are! (Forgive the window reflection; some of the best scenes were on the bus!)

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This one has a tiny island!

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Loch Garry. Kinda does looks like Scotland.

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Some mountains on the Isle of Skye.

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Sligachan Bridge

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Old Man of Storr

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And a loch right next to it. One of my favorite photos so far.

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And last but not least, Glen Coe!

And again, my Instagram site has these photos and more, so be sure to visit that, because I will be able to update that easier than I can directly on the blog.

Until next time!

-Danny

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2 responses to “Photos!

  1. Terese Kasson

    Your pictures are amazing — you are not in the flat Midwest anymore!! Enjoy the remainder of the semester. I look forward to hearing about your experiences when you return to McKendree!

  2. Sarah Klucker

    I don’t know how I missed these when you first posted them. Great Pics! It was so nice to see Bogey too!! You absolutely look like you belong there Danny…red hair and all!

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