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Year of Natural Scotland 2013 - Unravel Travel TV [01:18]
Year of Natural Scotland 2013 celebrate Scotland's outstanding natural beauty throughout 2013. From stunning natural and historic landscapes, art inspired by nature, surprising wildlife and delicious food & drink, visitors can find nature right on their doorstep. Don't miss the chance to experience the great Scottish outdoors for yourself, join in the celebrations with a packed programme of events and discover insider tips from across the country during the Year of Natural Scotland. Natural landscapes Discover the fascinating variety of natural landscapes across Scotland, including mountains and hills, forests and glens, hundreds of islands, and thousands of miles of stunning coastline. Natural playground Enjoy the great outdoors by land, water or air and discover a new side to Scotland. Choose from a range of activities from hiking and mountain biking to canoeing and fishing. Wildlife, flora and fauna Scotland is home to spectacular wildlife and plant life. Observe fascinating animals in their natural habitats and explore the diversity of the country's flora and fauna Art in nature Explore the land that has proved so inspirational to painters, musicians, artists, writers and innovators for generations and discover how art and nature work so well together. Historic landscapes Trace Scotland's past through historic landscapes, monuments and castles and uncover fascinating tales of royalty, exploration and conservation across heritage sites, many of which are wildlife ...
Crombie Memorial Stained Glass Window St Machar's Cathedral Aberdeen Scotland [00:46]
Tour Scotland video of the John Eugene Crombie memorial stained glass window in St Machar's Cathedral on visit to Aberdeen. Born 30th April 1896, died 23rd April 1917. He was born at 91 Onslow Square, London, the only son of John William Crombie, Liberal MP for Kincardineshire. Eugene as he was always known was a Captain in the Gordon Highlanders who was Killed in Action, St. George's Day, 1917. He was also a War Poet and here is one of his poems. Easter Day, 1917, The Eve of the Battle. I rose and watched the eternal giant of fire, Renew his struggle with the grey monk Dawn, Slowly supreme, though broadening streaks of blood, Besmirch the threadbare cloak, and pour his flood. Of life and strength on our yet sleeping choir. As I went out to church on Easter morn. Returning with the song of birds and men. Acclaiming victory of throbbing life, I saw the fairies of the morning shower, Giving to drink each waking blade and flower, I saw the new world take Communion then, and now 'tis night and we return to strife. Huts, France, April, 1917. Eugene is buried in Duisans British Cemetery Etrun, Pas De Calais, France,.
Compassion of Christ Window Cathedral Dunblane Scotland [00:53]
Tour Scotland video of the Compassion of Christ stained glass windows on visit to the Cathedral in Dunblane near Stirling. The four central lights, each divided into three sections, illustrate a separate aspect of our Lord's compassion. The light to the left portrays Christ's compassion to the individual and shows, from the bottom, Mary Magdalene, Peter, and the two blind men. The light next to it shows compassion in general, with Christ the Good Shepherd at the bottom, the weeping over Jerusalem next and, at the top, the feeding of the five thousand. Our Lord's compassion through his parables is illustrated in the easternmost light, showing, from the bottom, the thirsty being given drink, the return of the prodigal son and the good Samaritan. Next to it is illustrated compassion through the Cross, beginning at the bottom with Gethsemane, and in the centre Christ carrying the Cross, culminating with Christ crucified at the top.
The Well Scotlandwell Perthshire Scotland [00:58]
Tour Scotland video of the Well on visit to Scotlandwell in Perthshire. The waters from this well are reputed to have curative properties, King Robert the Bruce is said to have been cured of Leprosy by drinking the water from this well. When the Romans were in this area as long ago as 84AD they probably stopped at this well to rest and take the waters. A hospital was established on the site by the Red Friars in 1250 and the well became a popular destination for pilgrims
VisitScotland: Year of Natural Scotland 2013 [01:18]
With stunning and historic landscapes, outdoor activities, Scottish wildlife and delicious food and drink, Scotland's nature is being celebrated during the Year of Natural Scotland 2013. Visit: visit.sc