The Forth Railway Bridge (on the right) is now complemented by two striking road bridges on the left. They all make the crossing from the Edinburgh side of the River Forth (south) to Fife (north). The classic railway bridge is often considered a symbol of Scotland, and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Construction started in 1882 and the bridge was opened in 1890. Today, almost 200 trains cross the bridge daily.
The Forth Railway Bridge looms over the quaint village of North Queensferry under a full moon. This classic bridge is often considered a symbol of Scotland, and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Construction started in 1882 and the bridge was opened in 1890. Today, almost 200 trains cross the bridge daily.
Edinburgh - Scotland's Capital City
The three bridges that cross the River Forth... the classic Forth Rail Bridge, the 1960’s Forth Road Bridge, and the new Queensferry Crossing Bridge. All captured in one sunset.
Edinburgh, Scotland: Pentland Hills
Highland cows at "The Stable", Edinburgh.
Scottish countryside near Fintry at the foothills to the Highlands.
Scottish Countryside near Gargunnock, Stirling.
Sun Sets over Glenlude Farm, near Innerleithen, Scotland - the Scottish Borders
The sun has set and the moon rises over Damhead Farm, near Innerleithen and Traquair, Scotland - the Scottish Borders
Sunset over the city of Edinburgh on a beautiful Spring evening. Taken from Liberton Park.
Spring in Edinburgh brings out lots of color after a long winter. The blossom trees in "The Meadows" (a central park in the city) provide romantic walking paths for both young and not-so-young.
Princes Street Gardens jump into color when Spring arrives. Nestled in the shadow of the castle, the gardens provide places to stroll, sit in the sun, or even lie out on the grass to sunbathe.
Edinburgh's Old Town is a fascinating labyrinth of streets, alleyways (closes) that are steeped in history. If you ignore the bustling tourists and crazy street performers, you can feel the history.
Lady Stair's Close - leading to The Writer's Museum.
Advocate's Close - one of the Old Town's alleyways.
Edinburgh's Old Town is a fascinating labyrinth of streets, alleyways (closes) that are steeped in history. If you ignore the bustling tourists and crazy street performers, you can feel the history. Shown here is the "Old Tolbooth Wynd" and the "Tolbooth Tavern"
Edinburgh by night - Edinburgh Castle from The Vennel
The "Radical Road" that leads up to the base of Salisbury Crags for a glorious view of the city - especially at sunset.
Old, ruined palace and birthplace of Mary Queen of Scots.
Linlithgow Palace and Loch
Ballindalloch Castle, Bridge of Avon
Tamdhu Distillery by the banks of the River Spey. The disused railway station is being refurbished into a tasting room, so hopefully they will start opening to the public.