Loch Ness


#doodlewashApril2022 prompt: Lake. If I were to travel to Scotland, I might see a Loch Ness.

Sure you know about the Loch Ness monster, but did you know that Loch Ness has the largest volume of fresh water in Great Britain? Combined with the peaty water’s low visibility it’s a perfect place for Nessie to hide.  I hate to break it to you, though – my grandfather grew up in Lossiemouth nearby, and as a fisherman, he passed through Loch Ness every day. He was adamant that the Loch Ness monster did NOT exist. He’d tell you a ghost story or two, but nope. No monsters.

This month, I’m going to do a sort ‘If I were to travel, I might see …’ travel book. I’ll find some place in the world that might be associated with the day’s prompt, somehow. It’s going to be a busy month so I’ll be trying to keep these very simple.

  • Hahnemühle 100% Cotton Watercolour Book
  • Paul Rubens Granulating Watercolor Set
  • Pixabay reference photo courtesy of rewind.

April Doodlewash prompts

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