Videos tagged with "live"
The breathtaking Scotland! [05:57]
Hello everyone who takes the trouble to watch my video. I had a youtube account but there is some trouble with it (long story). Anyway a new account, a new start I suppose;) it is possible that this movie has been released on my old account.(rdgraaff100) About the video. Last summer I went to Scotland, and I felt reborn there. It is the most exciting experience that I went through. I love the people, they are sooo kind. And the landscape is breathtaking. Seriously I really want to live there, I felt so happy and in the right place. You can really fall in love with a country and its culture. Is there a Scottish guy over there? haha
Fireworks - Hogmanay 2013 Edinburgh Scotland [01:02]
Watching the fireworks live, at the Hogmanay 2013 Edinburgh Scotland
Book Week Scotland 2012 [10:36]
Whether you were there in person or just wish you had been, here's your chance to relive or catch up on some of the best parts of Book Week Scotland. Discover some beautiful sculptures, join the Reading Hour and a Gaelic Bookbug session and learn more about what the week and its events were all about.
Book Week Scotland 2012 Trailer [03:19]
Relive the bookstravaganza of Book Week Scotland 2012 in our short film celebrating the week that was 26 Nov to 2 Dec. A longer version of the film is available here: bit.ly
William Miller Gravestone Necropolis Glasgow Scotland [00:39]
Tour Scotland video of the William Miller Memorial gravestone on visit to Glasgow Necropolis. Born in Glasgow, the Scottish poet Miller, born 1810, died 1872 lived most of his life at No.4 Ark Lane in Dennistoun. A carpenter to trade, Miller was an accomplished poet and songwriter. His works were published in various magazines. Sadly the beloved Miller died penniless and was buried in his family plot in Tollcross Cemetery. Friends and admirers raised this stone by public subscription. He wrote the famous poem Willie Winkie; 'Wee Willie Winkie runs through the toon, upstairs and doonstairs in his night goon, Knocking on the window and crying through the lock, are all the weans in their bed? for its past ten o'clock. Hey, Willie Winkie, are ye comin' ben? The cat's singin' grey thrums to the sleepin hen, The dog's speldert on the floor and disnae gie a cheep - But here's a waukrif laddie that wanna fa' asleep.'