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Scotland. Lochgoilhead & Dunoon

Scotland. Lochgoilhead & Dunoon

The Royal Standard of Scotland, also known as the Lion Rampant of Scotland. Used historically by the King of Scots, the Royal Standard differs from Scotland's national flag, the Saltire, in that its correct use is legally restricted to only a few Great Officers of State who officially represent the Sovereign in Scotland.

Scotland ~ Dragon on Yellow Field

The Shitten Craig, Portknockie, Moray, Scotland

The Shitten Craig, Portknockie, Moray, Scotland

tinnacriss: Magic at Auchmithie (by Photographic View Scotland) (color id: Pantone, by leaff) Original can be seen at URL given.

Hamish Morrison | Scotland (@hamishmorrison) on Instagram: “Can't beat a spot that's only 2 mins from the house ✌️| ↠ Isle of Skye, Scotland. . . . . .…”

Hamish Morrison | Scotland (@hamishmorrison) on Instagram: “Can't beat a spot that's only 2 mins from the house ✌️| ↠ Isle of Skye, Scotland. . . . . .…”

The Five Sisters of Kintail some of Scotland's most iconic peaks.

The Five Sisters of Kintail some of Scotland's most iconic peaks.

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EU (Scotland) — Green scenery at Glencoe Lochan in Glencoe, Scotland

EU (Scotland) — Green scenery at Glencoe Lochan in Glencoe, Scotland

Once the family seat of Clan Sinclair and home to the Earls of Caithness Castle Sinclair Girnigoe dates back to the 15th century.  In 1577 George Sinclair the 4th Earl of Caithness imprisoned his own son John Master of Caithness in Castle Girnigoe on suspicion of rebelling against his rule. He was held there for seven years after which his father fed him a diet of salted beef with nothing to drink so that he eventually died insane from thirst.  The imposing ruins of this spectacular castle…

Once the family seat of Clan Sinclair and home to the Earls of Caithness Castle Sinclair Girnigoe dates back to the 15th century. In 1577 George Sinclair the 4th Earl of Caithness imprisoned his own son John Master of Caithness in Castle Girnigoe on suspicion of rebelling against his rule. He was held there for seven years after which his father fed him a diet of salted beef with nothing to drink so that he eventually died insane from thirst. The imposing ruins of this spectacular castle…

Attadale Gardens

Attadale Gardens

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