Videos tagged with "creatures"
McCorquodale Stained Glass Window St Conan's Kirk Loch Awe Argyll Scotland [00:26]
Tour Scotland video of the McCorquodale stained glass windows in St Fillan's Aisle on visit to St Conan's Kirk by Loch Awe, Argyll. This window was erected in memory of a friend of the Blythswood family. Unlike any of the other stained-glass windows, this was included in the other and smaller building. It was originally installed on the opposite side of the church, but the background of hillside and trees did not do full justice to the stained glass, and so, when the larger scheme was put in hand, the opportunity was taken to move it so that it should overlook the loch. The window consists of three lights. The first shows the Warrior, who has put on the whole Armour of God and bears the Shield of Faith. His faith is so strong that he does not even look at the fiery darts coming up through brambles and smoke. The opposite light shows the Sword of the Spirit piercing evil creatures; while the centre light, " I have finished my course, " depicts angels taking from the Warrior's head the Helmet of Salvation and showing the weeds and smoke at his feet turning to roses.
Pic sampler [05:21]
A selection of pics saved as a wee movie using Windows Live Movie Maker
Tags: Canon EOS 5D Mk 2, stills photography, flowers, creatures, John Rutter, Scotland, Scottish Borders, korgilerwick
Kintyre Way 2011 - Part 3. [09:59]
This is the continuation of our fantastic Day 3 walk on the Kintyre Way which continues into the beginning of the Part 4 video - and once again the copyright-free music is from the charity Jane Crawford cd. More island than mainland, the wonderfully unexplored Kintyre peninsula boasts hidden coves, deserted beaches along the wild Atlantic coast, tiny fishing communities, gentle hills, fabulous local produce and a welcoming friendly people and for hillwalkers, any variation of the Kintyre Way is the best way to see it all on foot. The description of Day 3 on the Kintyre Way are thus: - "From Clachan the route follows a pavement south for just over a mile to reach Ronachan House. The route follows old Victorian paths through the grounds of Ronachan House which is a hospital. Please respect the privacy of the residents and pass through quickly and quietly. Beyond Ronachan House there is a small car park with the remains of an iron-age dun between it and the bay. This fort has very thick walls, but its shape is not easy to make out after so many millennia. The car park is also known as Seal Point and these lovely sea creatures are often seen hauled out on the rocks. The route continues close to the road with the restless sea a few steps to your right. In strong winds it can be an exhilarating experience walking along here. Above the farm of Ballochroy (red pass) is a burial 'cist' and a group of standing stones which are believed to have an astronomical function. Shortly ...
Tags: roddymck, Scotland, JANE, CRAWFORD, KINTYRE, WAY, RHUNAHAORINE, onetruemedia
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