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Wigtown Martyrs Monument, Old Town Cemetery, Stirling, Scotland: depicts Margaret Wilson reading the Bible with her young sister Agnes, watched over by a despairing guardian angel.

Glencoe, Scotland. Drove through here during a thunder storm en route to the Isle of Skye. Awesome!

ASPEN HOLYFUNK: November 2010

The Highlands, Scotland

Twitter / beachydreamer: Seriously #Scotland....can ...

Achmelvich, Sutherland. The water is Caribbean blue here...awesome beach. Way in northern highlands!

Typical coffee pot as served in Scotland. This was taken at a Bed & Breakfast.

Clyde Clock - Glasgow, Scotland

Gretna Green- run away loves

Gretna Green Scotland...the town that love built

Urquhart Castle located on the shore of Loch Ness in Scotland

This Scottish tradition is for a young person to hand a horseshoe to the bride as she walks out of the church with her husband. The horseshoe signifies good luck in the marriage. This one was made in Scotland using silk flowers and a chromed plastic horse shoe so that after the ceremony it can hang it over the inside of your front door.

by Don Alexander Lumsden (near the beach at Fife Ness, Crail, Scotland )

Keiths Tower, near Peterculter, Aberdeenshire, Scotland.

Over 5 million acres of Scotland are carpeted in heather, which blooms twice a year.

Callanish Stones, Isle of Lewis, Scotland

Lace made of stone. Rosslyn Chapel, Midlothian Scotland.

Glen Quaich, Perthshire, Scotland

St Thomas' Church in "Keith", Scotland........THAT'S MY TOWN!! :)

Distillery is about 200 years old and operated by Chivas Regal in Keith, northeast Scotland. Strathisla still by PRS Images, via Flickr

Auld Brig (old bridge) in Keith, northeast Scotland built in 1609 in memory of the builders son who died while crossing the ford. by PRS Images, via Flickr

Night shot of Covesea Skerries lighthouse, Lossiemouth, Morayshire, Scotland

Lossiemouth, Scotland

Elgin Cathedral, Elgin, Scotland

Craigatin House and Courtyard. The best B and B in Pitlochry, #Scotland. Amazing breakfast, great location #Hotel

See the Greatest Scottish Vista Where: Strathtummel by Pitlochry Perched high above Loch Tummel and about 100 metres up a short hill from the Visitor Centre, an incredible vantage point (avoided by big tour buses) gives a spectacular view up the spine of Scotland all the way to the mountains around Glencoe. Named after Robert the Bruces wife Isabella, this spot was popularised by Queen Victoria when she visited Loch Tummel in 1866.

Culloden House, Scotland, would love to stay here

Culloden Battlefield, Scotland

Culloden Memorial. Near Culloden village, Scotland

Inverness Castle - Inverness, Scotland

Eilean Donan Castle, Scotland Eilean Donan is a small island that holds its existence on the land of Loch Duich Scotland. It is present on the western flat terrain of the country. It is linked to the mainland of Scotland by a walkway bridge that lies around is present at the distance of half mile from the rural community of Domie. This island holds its name after Donnan of Eigg. The island is domesticated by the charming and a stunning citadel. It is recognized as one of the most ionic met...

Cool Inn in Portree on the Isle of Skye... still use skeleton keys to open some of the room doors.

You will see this Norman style tower as you drive down into Uig from the Portree road. This is not an early Norman Tower it is a much more modern ruin. The Uig Tower was built by Captain Fraser, a notorious landlord of the Kilmuir Estates during the period of the Highland clearances, and was indeed originally used to collect rents from the local crofters.This building was used to house a family in Uig into the 1950s. Photo of Fraser's Folly or Uig Tower taken Uig - Isle of Skye - Scotland

The Faerie Glen, off the west coast of Scotland, UK, is an area of very strange appearance, situated close to Uig, a village far to the north on the Isle of Skye. It is a quiet place, except for bleating sheep, and is often described as otherworldly and relaxing. It is wild and far out, covered with many strangely-shaped little hills. It is a pleasant natural spot with more than a hint of mystery.

This unpainted, redbrick lighthouse with yellow on its window and door accents is unusual for Scotland. The Butt of Lewis Lighthouse in the Outer Hebrides has been helping ships navigate the rough and stormy sea around the Isle of Lewis’s northernmost point since 1862. The structure is much needed, it seems: the location made it into the Guinness Book of Records as the windiest spot in the UK.

Lewis (Scottish Gaelic: Leòdhas, pronounced [ʎɔː.əs̪], also Isle of Lewis) is the northern part of Lewis and Harris, the largest island of the Western Isles or Outer Hebrides (an archipelago) of Scotland. The total area of Lewis is 683 square miles

Amhuinnsuidhe Castle on the Isle of Harris on the western side of Scotland has been described as 'heaven on earth'.

Bays of Harris, Outer Hebrides, Scotland.

Harris Tweed Scotland the best!

Seilebost Beach, Isle of Harris. Scotland.

Traigh Iar, Harris, Scotland

Gaelic-speaking village on the Isle of Lewis

Isle of Lewis, Scotland

Arnish Point Stornoway

Lewis Castle, Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, Hebrides Scotland

Stornoway Castle, Isle of Lewis, Scotland

Blue Poppies - the only place I've seen them growing is Inverewe Gardens in Ullapool, north of Scotland

Kerrysdale House, Bed & Breakfast in an Eighteenth Century farmhouse peacefully situated outside Gairloch village in the North-Western Highlands of Scotland

Flowerdale Falls, a Waterfall Near the Village of Gairloch, Torridon, Scotland, United Kingdom

Gairloch, Scotland

Inverlochy Castle, Fort William, Scotland.

Crianlarich Youth Hostel, Scotland- homebase for hiking on the West Highland Way

Loch Lomand Cottage - Luss, Scotland ~ Dennis Barloga

Cameron Castle in Loch Lomand, Scotland.

  • Nicola Ryan

    Sorry to be a party pooper, but this is actually Linlithgow Palace in west Lothian, birthplace of Mary Queen of Scots

Dumbarton Castle, West Dunbartonshire, Scotland