Scotland History

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On the path to King's Cave, Isle of Arran, Scotland.

Tree Creeping

On the path to King's Cave, Isle of Arran, Scotland. Misty and mysterious, also a great place to dodge the marauding midges... View On Black Apparently this one made Explore, but Scout says not...confusing!

Fairy Pools in the Cuilins, Scotland.

A natural underwater path

One of the Fairy Pools in the Cuilins. The water was quite low in May. The snow melt is long gone but it revealed this magical carpet of green stones cutting its way through the bedrock. Thanks to all flikr reviewers. My website contains more images and eBooks. www.photographicview.co.uk

Edinburgh Castle from Grassmarket

Edinburgh Castle from Grassmarket: To Buy..see below

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Ardverikie Castle or Lodge, Loch Laggan, Kingussie, Scottish Highlands, circa 1870. It was designed by John Rhind of Inverness in a Scots baronial style, its gabled roofline complete with octagonal turrets with corbelled conical roofs.

Ardverikie

Ardverikie Castle or Lodge, Loch Laggan, Kingussie, Scottish Highlands, circa 1870. It was designed by John Rhind of Inverness in a Scots baronial style, its gabled roofline complete with octagonal turrets with corbelled conical roofs.

Loch Ailort, Scotland

Loch Ailort

Our boat on the 'Singing Sands', Loch Ailort. This photo won me runner up in the Clyde Cruising Club photography competition. According to flickr, this is my 'most interesting' photo.

Scotland

Map of Scotland

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Huntly Castle-carved heraldic, Scotland Huntly Castle is a ruined castle in Huntly in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. It was the ancestral home of the chief of Clan Gordon, Earl of Huntly

Huntly Castle Feature Page on Undiscovered Scotland

Huntly Castle-carved heraldic, Scotland Huntly Castle is a ruined castle in Huntly in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. It was the ancestral home of the chief of Clan Gordon, Earl of Huntly

Hermaness, Northern Shetland Islands, Scotland (Nice puffin, too.)

Puffin At Hermaness

A Puffin admiring the view. Muckle Flugga, at the northern tip of the UK is in the distance..

Scotlands Genealogy: Memorials to Scotland's Last Witches

Memorials to Scotland's Last Witches

Over the last two years on Hallowe'en I have posted blogs about execution sites of Scottish witches.* This year I conclude with the memorials to the last two witches to be burnt in Scotland. One from the Lowlands and the other from the Highlands. The Presbytery of Dunbar in East Lothian was responsible for burning 100+ witches including 6 women and 2 men from the Parish of Spott.In 1698 the trial of Marion Lillie,known as the Rigwoody Witch (old Scots for thin,bony) was recorded in the kirk…

A walk around the Isle of Iona, Scotland - The windswept island, burial place of Scottish kings for centuries, is a mile from Mull, and stretches a tiny one mile by 3.5 miles across. Its religious roots lie in the pre-Christian era, when the island is thought to have been sacred to the Iron Age inhabitants of the Hebrides.

Isle of Iona, Scotland

IONA, SCOTLAND, UK -- The small island of Iona is famed as the relgious center where St. Columba brough Christianity to Scotland. It lies in the Inner Hebrides, just off the tip of the Isle of Mull.Iona Abbey on Iona.

The Medieval Dunnottar Castle, Scotland, there has been a settlement on the site of this castle since 700AD

The Medieval Dunnottar Castle, Scotland, there has been a settlement on the site of this castle since 700AD