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Highlights of Scotland

Photo index

Since I have put a lot of Scotland photos on my Web pages, a list of them seems useful. They are sorted by subject, so that some can appear more than once in this list; there are now 117 different photos. The links lead to the page on which the photo is shown (each of these pages has 3 photos and is about 60 kb).

  ===> Alternatively, use the:       clickable map (35kb)

You can follow some kind of Picture Tour, which sort of starts at this page, using links at the bottom of each photo page.

Seabirds in the Isle of May -- part 1
Seabirds in the Isle of May -- part 2
Smokies in Arbroath
Squirrel eating chips

Castles, Palaces, Houses
Aberdour Castle, in Aberdour
Ardvreck Castle, at Loch Assynt
Balmoral Castle, near Crathie
Balgonie Castle, near Markinch
Balhousie Castle, in Perth
Barcaldine Castle, near Benderloch
Broughty Castle, in Brought Ferry
Drummond Castle, near Crieff
Dudhope Castle, in Dundee
House of Dun, near Montrose
Dunrobin Castle, near Golspie
Earlshall Castle, in Leuchars
Edinburgh Castle, in Edinburgh
Fasque, near Fettercairn
Glamis Castle, near Glamis
Glenbuchat Castle, near Alford
Palace of Holyroodhouse, in Edinburgh
Invermark Castle, in Glen Esk
Kilchurn Castle, at Loch Awe (two photos)
Kilmory Castle, in Lochgilphead

Churches, Abbeys
Arbroath Abbey
Leuchars Parish Church
Remains of the Nunnery on Iona
Rosslyn Chapel, Roslin (three photos)
St. Vigeans Church, Arbroath

Between Arbroath and Auchmithie
Butt of Lewis, at the very north of Lewis
At the Isle of May

Arduaine Garden, Arduaine
At Aberdour Castle
At Brodick Castle, Brodick, Arran
Inverewe Garden, near Poolewe (one photo; three extra photos)

Glens and rivers (see also waterfalls below)
Firth of Forth -- Forth Bridges (three photos)
Glen Clova (three photos)
Glen Clunie
Glen Coe -- part 1 (three photos)
Glen Coe -- part 2 (three photos)
Glen Esk (three photos)
Glen Nevis -- part 1 (three photos)
Glen Nevis -- part 2 (three photos)
River Dee
Glen Shee (two photos)
River Tanar coming from Glen Tanar
River Tay at Dundee (three photos)
Slack Burn near Fettercairn

Lewis and Harris
Butt of Lewis at the very north of Lewis
The Golden Road along the West coast of South-Harris
Standing Stones of Callanish

Lochs and other landscapes
Loch Awe (two photos)
Loch Assynt
Loch Duich (two photos)
Rannoch Moor (three photos)

Pre-historic sites
Cullerlie stone circle, Grampian
Culsh earth house, Grampian (two photos)
Midmar Kirk stone circle, Grampian
Standing Stones of Callanish, Lewis
Standing Stones of Stenness, Orkney
Tomnaverie stone circle, Grampian

The sky and the Sun
Clouds, the Sun and water (three photos)
Kinshaldy Beach
Sunset in Oban
Silhouettes with Sun and water (three photos)
Sun over the North Sea

Falls of Measach, about 20 km south-east of Ullapool
At Invermoriston, beside Loch Ness (two photos)
Shin Falls, near Lairg
Victoria Falls, near Loch Maree

Bealach-na-Ba, or 'Cattle pass' (three photos)
Ferry from IJmuiden to Newcastle
Fisher Close, Edinburgh
Forth Bridges (three photos)
In Montrose (two photos)
Kinshaldy Beach (three photos)
Piper band
Scottish border at the A1
Smokies in Arbroath
UK coastline near Newcastle

All photos on this site are taken by me personally
and therefore I own the copyright (© 1995-1998).
Please do not use them without asking me first!
In any case, commercial use is not allowed.

More about Scottish castles

StudyWeb A castle page received the
StudyWeb Excellence Award
on 11 September 1999; see
their  "Architecture - Buildings
& Projects - Castles" section.
[Note: StudyWeb seems to have vanished.]

Chatelaine's Scottish Castles   part of:    Castles of the World

Rampant Scotland Directory - Castles


Where did I take the photos?

[Scotland map] small map (17kb) of Scotland (without the islands north of Scotland: Orkney, Shetland).
At every photo page a map like this one shows with red squares where the photos on that page were taken.

This same map is the basis of the clickable map, where clicking on red squares leads to a photo page.

The original of the map is a part of a full map (46kb) of Britain (again without the islands north of Scotland: Orkney, Shetland), which I retreived from a Web page of the University of Dundee. The map shows only the major cities and roads in the UK; a map showing more places and roads in the UK is available through the PCL Map Collection.

This pages has received a
StudySphere Award as one of the best
educational resources on the Web.
[20 June 2006]


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