Sent some time in the early 1910s, this vintage postcard of Loch Lomond has a penciled message on the back, and has a small tear on the top of the card.
The village of Luss appears to have given it's name to this part of Loch Lomond, depicted in this postcard with a boat in the foreground.
The postcard is addressed to Mrs (although it does look like "Miss") R Capel of St George's Ave. in Northampton. The message written in pencil on the back reads:
"I received your letter last night. Here for the day, most miserable weather. Love Agnes."
There is no date written on the card, but the postmark, which is difficult to read, appears to be upside down and has a very faint "12" where the year is suggesting, suggesting this postcard was sent in 1912.
There is a small tear in the top of this postcard, just under a centimetre long.