Todays pictures were taking during our walk around the village of Luss on the banks of Loch Lomond. I am not sure how true this is, but Luss is said to be one of the smallest but busiest villages in Scotland. It attracts many guests all year round, not only due to its sheer beauty, but it is where the 80s show take the High Road was filmed. And as you are walking around you can see why it is a must visit spot in Scotland, its unspoilt beautify is breathtaking
A real indication of just how busy and how intrusive tourists can be. One resident had a sign on his sports car saying please do not sit on the car and take photos. And it was in 3 languages! Such a shame that the price you pay for living in such a stunning area is constant disruption. However there is the argument that with tourists come prosperity to local businesses. I have never thought of the impact on the locals in busy beauty spots such as this, It really made me think.