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This photograph was captured on Brendon Moor in the heart of Exmoor, Scotland where these ponies largely roam wild. This is indeed a wild animal, but they are failrly tame and if approached carefully will let you get quite close.

Wild Pony of the Moor--This photograph was captured on Brendon Moor in the heart of Exmoor, Scotland where these ponies largely roam wild. This is indeed a wild animal, but they are failrly tame and if approached carefully will let you get quite close.

White reindeer on the Cairngorms

Walked with this wee beauty and his friends yesterday - one of the Cairngorm's wild reindeer herd.

The Exmoor is an endangered pony breed native to the British Isles. They are thought to be direct descendants of the ancient ponies that roamed Britain for hundreds of years. The lighter "pangare" markings around their eyes, muzzles, and stomachs are also apparent on other primitive breeds.

The Exmoor is an endangered pony breed native to the British Isles. They are thought to be direct descendants of the ancient ponies that roamed Britain for hundreds of years.

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This is just beautiful

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The Birks O Aberfeldy, Scotland - Photograph at BetterPhoto.com

The Birks O' Aberfeldy, Scotland. The Birks of Aberfeldy were named after a poem of the same name by Scotland's national bard, Robert Burns, who penned 'The Birks o'Aberfeldie' in

Peat stacked in neat, sturdy herringbone pattern, from Ness, Isle of Lewis {Outer Hebrides, Scotland}; photograph by Angus Mackintosh

Peat stacked in neat, sturdy herringbone pattern, from Ness, Isle of Lewis {Outer Hebrides, Scotland}; photograph by Angus Mackintosh. In America maybe this style of stacking wood or other items could be employed.

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