Edinburgh’s Timeless Brilliance

March 28, 2014

Edinburgh Scotland

The Scottish capital city is celebrated as much for its rich cultural offerings as it is its wealth of natural sights. Many of the islands surrounding the city are dubbed “seabird cities”, as they are home to hundreds of thousands of, you guessed it, sea birds.

The Warmth Of A Scottish Autumn

March 4, 2013

Autumn In Scotland

Despite its high spot on the latitudinal ladder, Scotland is actually a rather temperate country known for its mild winters, wet summers and absolutely sublime nature beauty.

Fingal’s Cave, Scotland’s Natural Inspiration

February 24, 2013

Fingals Cave Scotland

The enchanting wave echoes breezing through the natural cathedral have served as a muse to many artistic types for ages. Following his 1829 visit, composer Felix Mendelssohn the cave’s eerie sounds inspired to write “Die Hebriden,” an impressive overture that greatly popularized the Scottish gem.

Isle Of Skye’s Bewitching Fairy Pools

January 30, 2013

Isle Of Skye Fairy Pools

Located within Glen Brittle, the Isle of Skye’s picturesque cove is home not only to wonderful sights but also to wildlife. It’s normal to see red deer, sheep, swallows and many other fauna frolicking about this northern paradise.

Scotland’s Whimsical Fairy Pools

January 9, 2013

Whimsical Fairy Pools Of Scotland

Within Scotland’s Glen Brittle is a series of sprightly waterfall streams aptly known as Fairy Pools.

The Storr On Scotland’s Isle Of Skye

February 18, 2012

Sunrise Scotland Isle of Stoff

The rocky hill of The Storr, located on Scotland’s Isle of Skye, is as stunning today as it was thousands of years ago.