Pictures of Scotland , prints and gifts of Scotland's landscapes and castles

Pictures of Scotland features photos of the stunning landscapes and castles of Scotland . Prints , mugs and gifts can be bought online . For more details phone 07723-538941

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  • River Coupall falls , Buachaiille Etive Mor ,the Highlands , Scotland

    River Coupall falls , Buachaiille Etive Mor ,the Highlands , Scotland

  • River Coupall falls , Buachaiille Etive Mor ,the Highlands , Scotland

    River Coupall falls , Buachaiille Etive Mor ,the Highlands , Scotland

  • River Coupall falls , Buachaiille Etive Mor ,the Highlands , Scotland

    River Coupall falls , Buachaiille Etive Mor ,the Highlands , Scotland

  • River Coupall falls , Buachaiille Etive Mor ,the Highlands , Scotland

    River Coupall falls , Buachaiille Etive Mor ,the Highlands , Scotland

  • River Coupall falls , the Highlands , Scotland

    River Coupall falls , the Highlands , Scotland

  • Linlithgow Palace , Scotland

    Linlithgow Palace , Scotland

  • Lallybroch Castle , Midhope Castle

    Lallybroch Castle , Midhope Castle , featured in Outlander

  • Buachaille Etive Mor , the Highlands , Scotland

    Buachaille Etive Mor , the Highlands , Scotland

  • Edinburgh Castle , Scotland

    Edinburgh Castle , Scotland

  • Loch Lubhair, near Crianlarich, Scotland

    Loch Lubhair, near Crianlarich, Scotland

  • Robert the Bruce , the Outlaw King

    Robert the Bruce , the Outlaw King , was King of Scotland

  • Linlithgow Palace

    Linlithgow Palace was Wentworth Prison in Outlander

  • The Kelpies , Helix park , Falkirk , Scotland

    The Kelpies at the Helix park , Falkirk , Scotland are a major tourist attraction . They are the largest equine sculptures in the world . Each Kelpy was made from 300 tons of metal

  • the Kelpies, Helix park, Falkirk HDR

    the Kelpies, Helix park, Falkirk , The Kelpies sculptures are the largest works of art in Scotland, and the largest equine sculptures in the world.  Sculptor Andy Scott was on hand for the opening, along with Duke, a Clydesdale horse which was one of the models for the 30m (100ft) works. More than 1m people have visited the Kelpies since they were completed in April 2014. The Kelpies, the centrepiece of the 350-hectare, £43m Helix parkland project, have boosted the local economy by £1.5m per year. They have won a number of design awards, and were named "Scotland's national treasure" by the National Lottery. A £1.8m visitor centre has opened at the attraction . The pair of sculptures are made from 600 tonnes of steel and more than 10,000 special fixings, and tower over the nearby M9 motorway. The Kelpies sculptures in Falkirk were open to the public in April last year. An exhibition of local schools kids artwork celebrating The Kelpies and The John Muir Way will also be unveiled by Kelpie artist Andy Scott. The artwork will be on display inside The Kelpies for three weeks afterwards for tour guests to admire. 
 The completion of the £5 million venture marked a significant stage in the £43 million Helix project, which has transformed 865 acres of land between Falkirk and Grangemouth.

  • The Kelpies at the Helix Park in Falkirk

    The Kelpies at the Helix Park in Falkirk

  • Edinburgh festival August 2017

    the spire of St Giles Cathedral on the Royal Mile , Edinburgh

  • Deacon Brodie's Tavern , Edinburgh festival August 2017

    Deacon Brodie's Tavern , Edinburgh during the Festival 2017

  • The Kelpies, Helix Park , Falkirk

    The Kelpies, Helix Park , Falkirk

  • The Kelpies March 2017

    The Kelpies sculptures have been officially opened  They are the largest works of art in Scotland, and the largest equine sculptures in the world.  Sculptor Andy Scott was on hand for the opening, along with Duke, a Clydesdale horse which was one of the models for the 30m (100ft) works. More than 1m people have visited the Kelpies since they were completed in April 2014. The Kelpies, the centrepiece of the 350-hectare, £43m Helix parkland project, have boosted the local economy by £1.5m per year. They have won a number of design awards, and were named "Scotland's national treasure" by the National Lottery. A £1.8m visitor centre is due to open at the attraction next month . The pair of sculptures are made from 600 tonnes of steel and more than 10,000 special fixings, and tower over the nearby M9 motorway. The Kelpies sculptures in Falkirk were open to the public in April last year. An exhibition of local schools kids artwork celebrating The Kelpies and The John Muir Way will also be unveiled by Kelpie artist Andy Scott. The artwork will be on display inside The Kelpies for three weeks afterwards for tour guests to admire. 
 The completion of the £5 million venture marked a significant stage in the £43 million Helix project, which has transformed 865 acres of land between Falkirk and Grangemouth. 
  

  • The Kelpies March 2017

    The Kelpies sculptures have been officially opened  They are the largest works of art in Scotland, and the largest equine sculptures in the world.  Sculptor Andy Scott was on hand for the opening, along with Duke, a Clydesdale horse which was one of the models for the 30m (100ft) works. More than 1m people have visited the Kelpies since they were completed in April 2014. The Kelpies, the centrepiece of the 350-hectare, £43m Helix parkland project, have boosted the local economy by £1.5m per year. They have won a number of design awards, and were named "Scotland's national treasure" by the National Lottery. A £1.8m visitor centre is due to open at the attraction next month . The pair of sculptures are made from 600 tonnes of steel and more than 10,000 special fixings, and tower over the nearby M9 motorway. The Kelpies sculptures in Falkirk were open to the public in April last year. An exhibition of local schools kids artwork celebrating The Kelpies and The John Muir Way will also be unveiled by Kelpie artist Andy Scott. The artwork will be on display inside The Kelpies for three weeks afterwards for tour guests to admire. 
 The completion of the £5 million venture marked a significant stage in the £43 million Helix project, which has transformed 865 acres of land between Falkirk and Grangemouth. 
  

  • The Kelpies March 2017

    The Kelpies are the largest works of art in Scotland, and the largest equine sculptures in the world.  Sculptor Andy Scott was there at the opening, along with Duke, a Clydesdale horse which was one of the models for the 30m (100ft) works. More than 1m people have visited the Kelpies since they were completed in April 2014. The Kelpies, the centrepiece of the 350-hectare, £43m Helix parkland project, have boosted the local economy by £1.5m per year. They have won a number of design awards, and were named "Scotland's national treasure" by the National Lottery. A £1.8m visitor centre is due to open at the attraction next month . The pair of sculptures are made from 600 tonnes of steel and more than 10,000 special fixings, and tower over the nearby M9 motorway. The Kelpies sculptures in Falkirk were open to the public in April last year. An exhibition of local schools kids artwork celebrating The Kelpies and The John Muir Way will also be unveiled by Kelpie artist Andy Scott. The artwork will be on display inside The Kelpies for three weeks afterwards for tour guests to admire. 
 The completion of the £5 million venture marked a significant stage in the £43 million Helix project, which has transformed 865 acres of land between Falkirk and Grangemouth. 
  

  • Glencoe HDR

    Glencoe HDR

  • The Kelpies , Helix Park , Falkirk

    Kelpies , Helix Park , Falkirk, Scotland

  • The Kelpies , Helix Park , Falkirk

    Kelpies , Helix Park , Falkirk, Scotland

  • The Kelpies , Helix Park , Falkirk

    Kelpies , Helix Park , Falkirk, Scotland

  • The Kelpies , Helix Park , Falkirk

    Kelpies , Helix Park , Falkirk, Scotland

  • The Kelpies , Helix Park , Falkirk

    Kelpies , Helix Park , Falkirk, Scotland

  • vintage bus, Edinburgh Tours ,, Edinburgh , HDR image

  • vintage bus, Edinburgh Tours ,, Edinburgh , HDR image

  • Ross Fountain , Princes Street Gardens , Edinburgh Castle HDR

  • Union Jack and saltire flag , the Royal Mile, Edinburgh , HDR image

  • Ross Fountain , Princes Street Gardens , Edinburgh Castle HDR

  • Ross Fountain , Princes Street Gardens , Edinburgh Castle HDR

  • Princes Street , Edinburgh , Scotland , UK

  • Edinburgh Castle entrance , the Royal Mile , Edinburgh , Scotland , UK

  • Edinburgh Castle entrance , the Royal Mile , Edinburgh , Scotland , UK

  • the Witchery , the Royal Mile , Edinburgh , Scotland , UK

  • the Witchery , the Royal Mile , Edinburgh , Scotland , UK

  • shops on the Royal Mile , Edinburgh , Scotland , UK

  • Ghost Bus , the Royal Mile , Edinburgh

    Ghost Bus , the Royal Mile , Edinburgh , Scotland , UK

  • HDR image of Loch Lubhair, nr Crianlarich

    HDR image of Loch Lubhair, nr Crianlarich , Stirlingshire, Scotland , UK

  • HDR image of Loch Lubhair, nr Crianlarich

    HDR image of Loch Lubhair, nr Crianlarich , Stirlingshire, Scotland , UK

  • HDR image of Loch Lubhair, nr Crianlarich

    HDR image of Loch Lubhair, nr Crianlarich , Stirlingshire, Scotland , UK

  • HDR image of Loch Lubhair, nr Crianlarich

    HDR image of Loch Lubhair, nr Crianlarich , Stirlingshire, Scotland , UK

  • HDR image of Loch Lubhair, nr Crianlarich

    HDR image of Loch Lubhair, nr Crianlarich , Stirlingshire, Scotland , UK

  • The Kelpies in Helix Park , Scotland celebrate their first anniversary today

    The Kelpies sculptures in Falkirk were open to the public in April last year. An exhibition of local schools kids artwork celebrating The Kelpies and The John Muir Way will also be unveiled by Kelpie artist Andy Scott. The artwork will be on display inside The Kelpies for three weeks afterwards for tour guests to admire.  Glasgow artist Andy Scott designed the Kelpies, with construction work on the 300-tonne, 98ft (30m) steel figures starting in 2013. The completion of the £5 million venture marked a significant stage in the £43 million Helix project, which aims to transform 865 acres of land between Falkirk and Grangemouth. The redevelopment was expected to attract an additional 350,000 visitors and add £1.5 million in annual tourism spend to the area, according to those behind the project.  The number of visitors to the area are expected to reach 1 million by May 2015   . The Easter holidays have seen bumper crowds coming to the Kelpies with families coming from all over Scotland to see the sculptures and take the tour.  . Work has started on a new visitor centre at the Kelpies which should be completed in a few months time

  • Eilean Donan Castle HDR

    Eilean Donan Castle , Scotland, Highlands , HDR

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