ELLEN'S ISLE, LOCH KATRINE, Lake Cattle, E. Longstaffe Artist Drawn ...
loch Katrine Perthshire Scotland -
Loch Katrine , Looking Towards Ellen´s Isle, Perthshire
Stirling Castle - Scotland
The Lady of the Lake (poem) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sir Walter Scott
Mary, Queen of Scots - 8 Dec 1542 born to James V and his French 2nd wife, Mary of Guise. The only legitimate child of James to survive him. 6 days after her birth, she became Queen of Scots when her father, James V, died.
Stirling Castle - was called "Snowdoun" by William Worcester in the 15th century, and the name was later used in poetry by Sir Walter Scott (1825) The Lady of the Lake.
Stirling Castle - One of the Stirling Heads: James V ..carved oak portrait roundels known as the Stirling Heads, described as 'among the finest examples of Scottish Renaissance wood-carving now extant.
James V of Scotland adorning the eastern corner of the Royal Palace at Stirling Castle