Videos tagged with "lochs"
February Snow Clunie Loch Perthshire Scotland [01:01]
Tour Scotland February video of snow falling at Clunie Loch on visit to Perthshire. Loch of Clunie is one of five attractive freshwater lochs situated close to the main A923 between the towns of Dunkeld and Blairgowrie. The name Clunie derives from the Scots Gaelic word meaning `meadow`.
spirit of june on bbc one show [05:17]
This video was part of the BBC One show where John Sergeant explores the lochs of Scotland with Peter Henderson
Autumn The Lake of Menteith Scotland October 26th [00:48]
Tour Scotland Autumn video of The Lake of Menteith on visit to the Trossachs. Most bodies of freshwater in Scotland are called lochs, and legend has it that the English name " Lake " was attached to this body of water as a criticism after its owner, a 13th century Scottish Baron, betrayed the national hero Sir William Wallace. On the shore of the Lake of Menteith is a church built in 1878 to designs by John Honeyman on a site of earlier churches with medieval connections.
Fun For Less Tours British Isles with Glenn Rawson [00:31]
England is the foundation of our heritage. From it we received our language, our most endearing literature, our freedoms, our sense of humor, and our general outlook on the world. Many of us trace our individual roots to England, Scotland, Wales or Ireland. From Shakespeare to Harry Potter to CS Lewis to King Arthur and his Round Table to Beatrix Potter or Jane Austin, the culture of England continues to shape our world and define our place within it. Its heroes and villains are part of our everyday consciousness. Its castles, cottages, palaces and ancient ruins fire our imagination and haunt our thoughts. Come with us to the sceptered isle as we reminisce of everything from kings to the little people and enjoy the green wonder of Scottish highland lochs, the rocky cliffs of Ireland and the rolling hills of the English countryside and the wild beauty of Wales. Heres a partial list of our fantastic sites: Tour of London, Tower of London, Windsor Castle, Stonehenge, Oxford, Warwick Castle, Stratford-upon-Avon, religious history sites, Northern Wales, Tintern Abbey, Conwy Castle, Alnwick Castle (Hogwarts), Roselyn Monastery, Edinburgh Castle, Glasgow, Scottish Highlands, Ferry to Ireland, Belfast, Ireland Coast, Dublin and more.
Inverness, Scotland and the Caledonian canal 38108 [11:01]
Inverness, Scotland. Scenery around Inverness. Statue of Flora MacDonald, Great Glen, lochs and Caledonian Canal. Castle and gardens. Loch Ness. Loch Oich, Loch Lochy. Ben Nevis. Loch Eil. A small stone, thatched cottage with a goat wandering outside. Glenfuinan. Loch Shiel and the statue of Prince Charles Edward Stuart. Scotsman is seen riding on horseback. An open air event with Scotsmen in kilts and playing bagpipes. At the event Lord James Murray is wearing his cockade worn by one of his ancestors. Close up of tartan. Lochs and Glens. Culloden Moor where a cairn stands to commemorate the Battle of Culloden. Sheaths of corn stand in field. Heather growing on moor. Stones with clan names - Cameron, Fraser, Mackintosh and Stewart of Appin. Scenery with waterfalls. Falls of Rogie. A close up of a dragonfly. Kyle of Lochalsh and fishing boats. Isle of Skye. Falls of Kilmorack and the Gorge. Old thatched cottages of Ardersier. A young girl walks with a toddler and dog. Another young girl plays on a tricycle. Scenery of the Scottish Highlands.