Buachaille Etive Mor…

… from near Glen Etive During summer the streams and rivers are somewhat lacking in water. Beautiful photo can be found here. Copyright Doug Lee and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence. Advertisements

“Preserve that secret…

…homey spot in your heart, as sanctuary where dreams may be softly tended, and revived.” ― Tara Estacaan Image: Sheltered inlet at the top of Loch Boisdale cc-by-sa/2.0 – © Greg Morss – geograph.orIg.uk/p/480967

ET…

…phone home, from the Isle of Rum.   Photograph by nschouterden

The River Coupall…

…on Rannoch Moor, West Highlands of Scotland, with the mountains of Buachaille Etive Mhor (centre) and Sron na Creise (left) as the backdrop. The entrance to the pass of Glencoe is on the right.” Photography by John McSporran Beautiful image found here. Some rights reserved

“The Black Watch”…

…Statue at Forrest Lodge near Castlemaddy, Dumfries And Galloway, Scotland. Image © Copyright Ann Cook and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence.

Sound of Sleat…

…Duisdale, Isle of Skye, Scotland © Christine Matthews and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence.

Eilean Chlamail…

…Sound of Sleat Small island off the mainland near Glenelg with a view of Sleat (Skye) and the Islands of Rhum (beyond Sleat) and Eigg. © Peter Jones and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence.

Loch Morlich…

…with the Cairngorm Mountains beyond Photography by Graham Norrie Some rights reserved  

Old Castle Lachlan: loyalty and loss — The Hazel Tree

Ghosts of horses tend to come in different guises, some of them benevolent and some of them more inclined towards the Apocalypse. The story that is linked with Old Castle Lachlan is moving and gentle, touched by the sadness of Culloden via Old Castle Lachlan: loyalty and loss — The Hazel Tree

Red deer in…

…the sea at Traigh na Cille. Photography by David Martin and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence.

Can you hear them?

…can you see them? Marching proudly across the moor, Hear the wind blow thru the drifting snow, Tell me can you see them, the ghosts of Culloden Lyrics found here. Photography by  Mike Pennington found here.    

Pipers and drummers…

…from Edinburgh Military Tattoo join firefighters to take part in 22 Push Up Challenge Job well done highlighting an important cause. Source