Videos tagged with "brown"
Brown War Grave Sleepyhillock Cemetery Montrose Scotland [00:41]
Tour Scotland video of Flying Officer, Frederick William Brown, gravestone in Sleepyhillock Cemetery on visit to Montrose. Frederick served with the Royal Air Force and died aged 29, on the 21st of October 1943. He was the son of William George and Florence Brown; husband of Queenie Isabel Brown, of Southsea, Hampshire
High Tea in the Highlands of Scotland...at the Boath House [02:37]
High Tea In The Highlands by Robyn Randolph From the minute we came onto the property we knew we were in for a treat. Four imposing, grand architectural columns highlight the greatness of this beautifully restored Georgian mansion. The entry and adjoining sitting rooms are a visual feast with much deliberate thought and attention to detail. Both chic commingled with traditional, contemporary wed with cultural whimsy, a most delicious ambiance ensues. The house is a sensory delight on every level. The colors, the feel, the smells, the taste and the sounds of nature in the surrounding gardens...nurtures my aesthetics, my soul and my palate. First we were invited to sit by the fire in the parlor while we looked over the menu selections. It was unanimous...three smoked salmon, cream cheese and chives sandwiches on brown bread. I was like a kid in a fancy candy store bouncing from room to room, camera in hand gobbling up all the sweet visual treats. Everything about being at the Boath House was elegantly, delicious. I loved everything about having the tea in the dining room. The view out the windows competed for attention with the beautifully lit art, splashed about the room. From the crystal candlesticks to the wine corks in the fireplace, every item played a part in the perfect symphony of the decor. Everything that touched my lips was of the finest quality...The array of fine teas; the perfection of the clotted cream and preserves complimenting the sublime scone; followed ...
Isle of Skye [05:21]
Late Fall on the Isle of Skye, when bracken and heather turn reddish brown, make for a beautiful contrast with the green grass of the pastures, the snow on the mountains and the blue of the sea. A more welcoming Isle would be hard to find. The Gaelic music is by Donnie Munro, the past lead singer of my favorite band - Runrig. His melodic voice is synonymous with Skye and is the ultimate voice in Scotland.
John Brown Window Hope Park Church St Andrews Scotland [00:42]
Tour Scotland video of the John Brown Memorial stained glass window in Hope Park Church on visit to St Andrews, Fife. Hope Park Church was built in 1864 by Peddie and Kinnear. Stained glass window showing Abraham and Isaac, donated in 1866 in memory of the great Grandfather John Brown of Isabel and Mary Brown, who died in 1859.
Caneoing in Scotland - The Spey! [02:15]
I'm Back! i went to scotland as you can guess and well this is what happened. I went with a number of great and amazing people and we all had fun even when it was wet and windy. I filmed it on a helment cam which means you got my perspective but not great quaility, i also added sound clips from Jaws, pirates of the caribbean, 300 and clash of the titans, the music from transformers 3. thanks to all who came along and made the trip that bit better and this is not my best work but I had a time limited :P
Tags: Scotland (Country), caneo, water, Spey, rapids, DCHS, connall, brown, PHIMC, UK, extreme, sports, river, Action