Tag Archives: Scotland

Bactrian Deer

A few shots of Bactrian deer taken at the Scottish Deer centre in Cupar, Fife.  This individual was scooping up grass with his antlers with the aim of looking bigger and more intimidating.

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Kelpies at Night

A few more shots of the stunning Kelpies at night.

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Scotland’s National Sweet

Scotland’s favourite drink, Irn Bru, also comes in the form of amusingly packaged tablet.  In Bonnie Scotland ‘Tablet’ (not to be confused with the portable computer) is a medium-hard, sugary confectionery which is renowned throughout Scotland.  Utterly lovely but only in small doses!

Iron Broo Tablet

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The Kelpies

More of the fabulous Kelpies.

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Wolves

A few shots of the resident wolves at the Scottish Deer Centre.

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Red Deer

A few wintry shots of red deer taken at the Scottish deer centre in Dec 17.

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European Brown Bear

A pair of recently introduced European brown bears taken at the Scottish Deer Centre.

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THE KELPIES AT NIGHT

More shots of the Kelpies in colour during early evening and night.

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THE KELPIES

I eventually managed to visit the Kelpies during the Christmas break after seeing them featured numerous times on television.  For those of you not in the know, the Kelpies at 30m high are the tallest equine sculptures in the world and are located in Helix Park, Falkirk, Scotland.  They are a monument to  Scotland’s horse-powered industrial heritage and the name ‘Kelpie’ derives from an aquatic spirit of Scottish legend thought to haunt rivers and streams, unsurprisingly in the shape of a horse.  Construction of the Kelpies was completed in November 2013 and they are truly worth seeing if you get the opportunity.  More at – www.thehelix.co.uk/

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SCOTTISH WILDCAT

Here are a few shots of a Scottish Wildcat taken at the BWC.

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