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I wish I could have snow included in the production but unfortunately it's too much at this time. This image of the River Kelvin shows the reflection of a nearby church, that reflects on the snow and creates a calm atmosphere. Oh The Places You'll Go, Places Around The World, Places To Travel, Places To Visit, Wonderful Places, Beautiful Places, Beautiful Sky, Wales, I Want To Travel

Glasgow looks gorgeous in the snow, perfect for a weekend winter break. The River Kelvin reflects the Stevenson Memorial Church in Glasgow, Scotland.

Writers' Museum Edinburgh, Scottland: UNESCO World Heritage Site

The Writers' Museum, Edinburgh - Scotland. Three famous writers of Scotland are honored in this small museum: Robert Burns, Sir Walter Scott, Robert Louis Stevenson.

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Trotternish Ridge, Isle of Skye, Scotland. Trotternish Ridge, Isle of Skye, Scotland.

Guardian of Scotland in Selkirk by walla2chick, via Flickr William Wallace, Scotland History, Scottish Highlands, Scottish Kilts, Scotland Travel, Skye Scotland, Scotland Castles, Scottish Castles, Glasgow

Guardian of Scotland

This is on a wall of the cemetery at "The Kirk O' the Forest" in Selkirk, Scotland pronouncing William Wallace "Braveheart" the Guardian of Scotland in

Statue of Robert the Bruce - Robert I, popularly known as Robert the Bruce, was King of Scots from 1306 until his death in 1329. Robert was one of the most famous warriors of his generation, eventually leading Scotland during the Wars of Scottish Independence against England - Born: July 11, 1274, Scotland Died: June 7, 1329, Cardross, Argyll Famous Warriors, Robert The Bruce Braveheart, Equestrian Statue, Brave Heart, Highlands, Chivalry, King Robert, William Wallace, Scotland History

Robert the Bruce. After the demise of William Wallace, the bannner of Scottish resistance was taken up by Robert the Bruce, who led his countrymen to victory and freedom from English domination at the Battle of Bannockburn in 1314

Piper at "Brig o' Doon" in Alloway, Ayrshire. The Brig o' Doon is a late medieval bridge used as the setting for the final verse of the Robert Burns's poem Tam o' Shanter. Scottish Tartans, Scottish Highlands, Highlands Scotland, Tam O' Shanter, Robert Burns, Men In Kilts, Highlanders, Scotland Travel, British Isles

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Piper at "Brig o' Doon" in Alloway, The Brig o' Doon is a late medieval bridge used as the setting for the final verse of the Robert Burns' poem "Tam o' Shanter".

Robbie Burns in his Scottish dress ready for a walk with his dog  -  A man after my own heart! Men In Kilts, Antique Photos, Vintage Photos, Scottish Highlands, Scottish Dress, Scottish Clothing, Edinburgh, Scotland History, Highlanders

Robbie Burns in his Scottish dress ready for a walk with his dog I wish there was a date on this. Seems too fancy to be everyday dress, maybe a clan gathering. This isn't the famous writer Robbie Burns by the way.

Robert Burns Statue in Albert Square, Dundee Burns Supper, Scottish Accent, Scotland History, Robert Burns, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Sunderland, Dundee, Scotland Travel

Robert Burns Statue in Albert Square Dundee Scotland by Mark Sunderland. Burns, Scottish poet and lyricist born in Alloway.

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Vintage Robert BURNS' POEMS Miniature BOOK ~ with clasp ~ Tartan Cover, NoRes

Vintage Robert Burns' Poems Miniature Book with Clasp Tartan Cover. ( my Great Grandfather lived in Cape Bretton until his death at age Scot he was - LjB)

Robert Fergusson by David Annand, Canongate Kirkyard, Edinburgh Edinburgh Scotland, Scotland Travel, Scotland Uk, Robert Burns, England Ireland, Glasgow, Northern Ireland, British Isles, Great Britain

The Poet

The Poet statue at St Leonard's, Edinburgh, Scotland, honors Robert Fergusson, an Scots poet who influenced Robert Burns.

Robbie Burns: national poet of Scotland. Whether you’re Scottish or not, it’s always fun to celebrate Robbie Burns Day on January 25th. The day is to celebrate the life of Robert Burns, the national poet of Scotland who wrote such songs as Auld Lang Syne and Comin’ Thro’ the Rye. He is also known for drinking a lot and womanizing even more, and by the time he died at the ripe old age of 37 in 1796, he had fathered nine children. Robbie Burns Night, Auld Lang Syne, Wales, England, Portugal, Tam O' Shanter, Robert Burns, Scottish Recipes, Book Writer

Robbie Burns: national poet of Scotland. Robbie Burns Day on January The day is celebrate the life of Robert Burns, the national poet of Scotland who wrote Auld Lang Syne and Comin’ Thro’ the Rye, A red, red rose. he died age of 37 in 1796

Robert Burns stamp raise a cup o kindness yet for auld land syne Uk Stamps, Postage Stamps, Postage Stamp Design, Auld Lang Syne, Robert Burns, Penny Black, Mail Art, Kingdom Of Great Britain, Royal Mail

Folklore Origins of Auld Lang Syne. Auld Lang Syne: Happy New Year! In Scotland and around the world, Auld Lang Syne, is still sung at the stroke of midnight. This endearing poem was.

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