‘Hallowild’ Mummy haunts Tomb in Stirling.

Stirling, Scotland
Scott Meiklejohn gets into character as a mummy during a photo call ahead of “Hallowild”, Blair Drummond Safari Park’s annual Halloween event.
This year’s theme in the haunted walkway is an Egyptian tomb with special 3D effects alongside actors playing the roles of Pharaohs and Mummies.
Image Credit: Photograph by Andrew Milligan/PA
Source: Wildfires and wildflowers: Thursday’s best photos | News | The Guardian

The Mirror Man Statue at Loch Earn.

Tourists view the mirror man statue by artist Rob Mulholland at Loch Earn in St Fillans, Scotland.
The three-meter-tall sculpture made from mirrored tiles spends winters out of the water due to the inclement weather, returning again in the summer months.
Image Credit: Photograph by Jeff  J Mitchell / Getty.
Source: Photos of the Week: 7/15–7/21 – The Atlantic

Scottish Wildcat disappearing from Highlands.

The Scottish wildcat is one of the United Kingdom species most at risk of disappearing, according to the State of Nature report published this week.
A quarter of mammals and nearly half of birds assessed are at risk of extinction.
Photograph: Peter Cairns/Courtesy of Scottish Wildcat Action
Source: The week in wildlife – in pictures | Environment | The Guardian

Lighting the Old Man of Storr.

Lighting the Old Man
On a stormy autumn day a fleeting shaft of light illuminates the Old Man of Storr and other pinnacles of the Trotternish Ridge on the Isle of Skye, Scotland.
This photo is a finalist in the Travel category of our 14th Annual Photo Contest.
Image Credit: Photograph by Garry Ridsdale, Cheshire, United Kingdom
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Source: Lighting the Old Man | Smithsonian Photo Contest | Smithsonian

The Remote and Beautiful Highlands.

we-capture-the-beauty-of-remote-scottish-landscapes-3__880We are Danka and Peter, amateur photographers and passionate travellers from Slovakia.
We spent the past year in Scotland where we had many opportunities to travel across the country and take photos.
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Mostly we use film cameras, because we consider analog photography more unique and authentic compared to digital photography.
Our photos have been taken at many different places, but most of them have been captured in the Highlands region.
We like this part of Scotland the most, particularly the Glencoe area.
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We were also totally amazed by the Isle of Mull and Isle of Skye.
The whole west coast is absolutely astonishing and has a lot to offer.
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More info: frombusytoeasy.blogspot.sk
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