This pin is from a website called "Sight and Sounds of Edinburgh" and it is actually a touring company that I have been on many times! The reason this picture is interesting to me is it is tradition for men not to wear underwear under the kilts and that is why he is posing like this. It was recently published June 24, 2013. This pin will be helpful in my wedding traditions part of my speech when I explain how every man on my side of the family will wear a kilt to my wedding.
littlefindsforgot: Wendish Town Wendish Town is a town in the Riverlands, the region controlled by House Tully of Riverrun. It is located north of Riverrun, near the Blue Fork of the Trident and south of Seagard (x). << looks a bit like Bree from the LOTR
A breathtaking photograph of by David Queenan who was commended in the inaugural Scottish Landscape Photographer of the Year competition in 2014. In this interview, David discusses how he got started with photography and what inspires him.
"Edinburgh’s own Artisan Roast is an award-winning roastery who source their beans seasonally from fair trade plantations around the world before testing and roasting them in Edinburgh. They have 3 coffee houses in the city as well as supplying a number of pop ups and selling direct via their website. Their flagship cafe on Broughton Street was was the first speciality coffee shop and roastery in Scotland and has a quirky ramshackle look to it." Apparently, they have a ‘JK Rowling never wrot