Pictures of Scotland , stock photos of Scotland's landscapes and castles

Pictures of Scotland features photos of the stunning landscapes,  castles and culture of Scotland . Stock photo and video downloads are available .Prints  and gifts can be bought online . For more details phone 07723-538941

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  • Courtney Love , Hole , live in concert at the Barrowlands , Glasgow

    Courtney Love , Hole , live in concert at the Barrowlands , Glasgow

  • Mcfly live in concert at Big in Falkirk

    Mcfly live in concert at Big in Falkirk

  • Mcfly live in concert at Big in Falkirk

    Mcfly live in concert at Big in Falkirk

  • Mcfly back stage at Big in Falkirk

    Mcfly back stage at Big in Falkirk

  • The Kelpies sculptures , Helix Park, Falkirk , Scotland

    The Kelpies sculptures are the largest works of art in Scotland, and the largest equine sculptures in the world.  Sculptor Andy Scott  was inspired by Duke, a Clydesdale horse who 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 sculptures , Helix Park, Falkirk , Scotland

    The Kelpies sculptures are the largest works of art in Scotland, and the largest equine sculptures in the world.  Sculptor Andy Scott  was inspired by Duke, a Clydesdale horse who 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 sculptures , Helix Park, Falkirk , Scotland

    The Kelpies sculptures are the largest works of art in Scotland, and the largest equine sculptures in the world.  Sculptor Andy Scott  was inspired by Duke, a Clydesdale horse who 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 sculptures , Helix Park, Falkirk , Scotland

    The Kelpies sculptures are the largest works of art in Scotland, and the largest equine sculptures in the world.  Sculptor Andy Scott  was inspired by Duke, a Clydesdale horse who 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 sculptures , Helix Park, Falkirk , Scotland

    The Kelpies sculptures are the largest works of art in Scotland, and the largest equine sculptures in the world.  Sculptor Andy Scott  was inspired by Duke, a Clydesdale horse who 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 sculptures , Helix Park, Falkirk , Scotland

    The Kelpies sculptures are the largest works of art in Scotland, and the largest equine sculptures in the world.  Sculptor Andy Scott  was inspired by Duke, a Clydesdale horse who 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 sculptures , Helix Park, Falkirk , Scotland

    The Kelpies sculptures are the largest works of art in Scotland, and the largest equine sculptures in the world.  Sculptor Andy Scott  was inspired by Duke, a Clydesdale horse who 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 sculptures , Helix Park, Falkirk , Scotland

    The Kelpies sculptures are the largest works of art in Scotland, and the largest equine sculptures in the world.  Sculptor Andy Scott  was inspired by Duke, a Clydesdale horse who 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 sculptures , Helix Park, Falkirk , Scotland

    The Kelpies sculptures are the largest works of art in Scotland, and the largest equine sculptures in the world.  Sculptor Andy Scott  was inspired by Duke, a Clydesdale horse who 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 sculptures , Helix Park, Falkirk , Scotland

    The Kelpies sculptures are the largest works of art in Scotland, and the largest equine sculptures in the world.  Sculptor Andy Scott  was inspired by Duke, a Clydesdale horse who 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. 
  

  • Edinburgh Airport , Edinburgh , Scotland

    terminal , Edinburgh Airport , Edinburgh , Scotland

  • taxis , Edinburgh Airport , Edinburgh , Scotland

    taxis , Edinburgh Airport , Edinburgh , Scotland

  • Edinburgh Airport , Edinburgh , Scotland

    Edinburgh Airport , Edinburgh , Scotland

  • Edinburgh Airport , Edinburgh , Scotland

    Edinburgh Airport , Edinburgh , Scotland

  • Edinburgh Airport , Edinburgh , Scotland

    Edinburgh Airport , Edinburgh , Scotland

  • Glen Coe , the Highlands of Scotland

    Glen Coe , the Highlands of Scotland

  • Jermaine Defoe of Rangers against Hamilton , 24th February 2019, Scottish premiership

    Jermaine Defoe of Rangers against Hamilton , 24th February 2019, Scottish premiership

  • Scott Arfield of Rangers scores against Hamilton , 24th February 2019, Scottish premiership

    Scott Arfield of Rangers scores against Hamilton , 24th February 2019, Scottish premiership

  • Jermaine Defoe of Rangers scores against Hamilton , 24th February 2019, Scottish premiership

    Jermaine Defoe of Rangers scores against Hamilton , 24th February 2019, Scottish premiership

  • James Tavernier of Rangers , Hamilton v Rangers 24th February 2019

    James Tavernier of Rangers , Hamilton v Rangers 24th February 2019, Scottish premiership

  • James Tavernier of Rangers , Hamilton v Rangers 24th February 2019, Scottish premiership

    James Tavernier of Rangers , Hamilton v Rangers 24th February 2019, Scottish premiership

  • Berra and Main tussle for the ball in the box , Motherwell v Hearts, Scottish Premiership , 17 February 2019

    Berra and Main tussle for the ball in the box , Motherwell v Hearts, Scottish Premiership , 17 February 2019

  • Motherwell v Hearts, Scottish Premiership , 17 February 2019

    Motherwell v Hearts, Scottish Premiership , 17 February 2019

  • Motherwell v Hearts, Scottish Premiership , 17 February 2019

    Motherwell v Hearts, Scottish Premiership , 17 February 2019

  • Motherwell v Hearts, Scottish Premiership , 17 February 2019

    Motherwell v Hearts, Scottish Premiership , 17 February 2019

  • Christophe Berra , Motherwell v Hearts, Scottish Premiership , 17 February 2019

    Motherwell v Hearts, Scottish Premiership , 17 February 2019

  • Motherwell v Hearts, Scottish Premiership , 17 February 2019

    Motherwell v Hearts, Scottish Premiership , 17 February 2019

  • Motherwell v Hearts, Scottish Premiership , 17 February 2019

    Motherwell v Hearts, Scottish Premiership , 17 February 2019

  • Hastie scores the first goal for Motherwell , Motherwell v Hearts, Scottish Premiership , 17 February 2019

    Hastie scores the first goal for Motherwell , Motherwell v Hearts, Scottish Premiership , 17 February 2019

  • Motherwell v Hearts, Scottish Premiership , 17 February 2019

    Hastie shoots and scores the first goal for Motherwell , Motherwell v Hearts, Scottish Premiership , 17 February 2019

  • tower at Blackness Castle ( Fort William) in Outlander

    tower at Blackness Castle ( Fort William) in Outlander

  • Blackness Castle ( Fort William ) , from Outlander

    Blackness Castle ( Fort William ) , the Outlander TV series was filmed in Scotland

  • Stirling Castle , Scotland

    Stirling Castle , Scotland

  • Robert the Bruce statue , Stirling Castle , Scotland

    Robert the Bruce statue , Stirling Castle , Scotland

  • Stirling Castle , Scotland

    Stirling Castle , Scotland

  • Stirling Castle , Scotland

    Stirling Castle , Scotland

  • Stirling Castle , Scotland

    Stirling Castle , Scotland

  • Stirling Castle , Scotland

    Stirling Castle , Scotland

  • snowy Loch Lubhair, near Crianlarich , Scotland

    snowy Loch Lubhair, near Crianlarich , Scotland

  • Buachaille Etive Mor , the Highlands , Scotland

    River Coupall at Buachaille Etive Mor , the Highlands , Scotland, January 2019

  • Rannoch Moor, the Highlands , Scotland

    Rannoch Moor, the Highlands , Scotland

  • Rannoch Moor, the Highlands , Scotland

    Rannoch Moor, the Highlands , Scotland

  • Rannoch Moor, the Highlands , Scotland

    Rannoch Moor, the Highlands , Scotland

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