Videos tagged with "justice"

Rob Roy Statue Stirling Scotland [00:36]
Tour Scotland video of the Rob Roy MacGregor statue on visit to Stirling. The statue of Rob Roy is in the centre of Stirling, near the castle. It commemorates the famous local outlaw and soldier Rob Roy MacGregor who lived at the end of the 17th and beginning of the 18th century. The MacGregor clan had a reputation for violence and lawlessness, and although Rob Roy initially settled down to raise cattle, he soon sought revenge for a perceived injustice and from there extended his activities to banditry and extortion against local landowners. He took part in the Jacobite uprisings of 1689, 1715 and 1719, fighting in the battles of Killiecrankie, Sheriffmuir and Glen Shiel. The publication of Highland Rogue Daniel Defoe made Rob Roy a legend in his own lifetime. It brought him a pardon for his crimes and allowed him to die peacefully in his sixties.

Scotland with the Kells [04:30]
My attempt to do justice to the amazing holiday adventure that I had with Rob and James in Scotland in 2012. Shot mainly with my GoPro Hero 2

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.

Rob Roy MacGregor Statue Stirling Scotland [00:36]
Tour Scotland video of the Rob Roy MacGregor Statue in Stirling. This Scottish statue commemorates the famous local outlaw and soldier Rob Roy MacGregor who lived at the end of the 17th and beginning of the 18th century. The MacGregor clan had a reputation for violence and lawlessness, and although Rob Roy initially settled down to raise cattle, he soon sought revenge for a perceived injustice and from there extended his activities to banditry and extortion against local landowners. He took part in the Jacobite uprisings of 1689, 1715 and 1719, fighting in the battles of Killiecrankie, Sheriffmuir and Glen Shiel.

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