Videos tagged with "people"
Snow Time Lapse [00:06]
While some people commented on the snow and others posted pictures, I decided to take a time lapse from my bedroom window. 150 images taken at 1 minute inter...
Cille Choirill Church And Graveyard Roy Bridge Scotland [01:51]
Tour Scotland video of photographs of Cille Choirill Church and graveyard on visit to Roy Bridge. Situated above the River Spean in the Braes of Lochaber, this church is on the hill where St. Cairell had his cell is named after him in Gaelic, Cille Choirill, and is about one mile from Roy Bridge. It is a sacred site to the people, and has a 15th century church in his honour and an ancient burial ground. This Scottish church was used in the BBC TV series, Monarch of the Glen as Glenbogle Church.
Scotland 2010 in 10 minutes [10:01]
We had a wonderful week in beautiful Scotland and went by car from Edinburgh to Islay, Isly of skye, up to Inverness, down to Perth and then back to Edinburgh. Mostly we stayed at nice Bed & Breakfast, and a few times at a hotel or a inn. Nice people everywhere. Here is a few views from our week. Enjoy!
1929 Higland Games Banff Springs Hotel Alberta [03:19]
Footage from my film collection I had digitally transferred from way back in 1929 of the Banff Highland Games. Games held at the Banff Springs Hotel. This was a 3 day event at the end of August including Scottish concerts and special Scottish meals at the hotel as well as standard events. There was always a church service conducted in the open air at the Devil's Cauldron conducted by Ralph Connor (Dr. CW Gordon). These were big events in all aspects. Pipers came from across the country and even a few from Scotland. So too with dancers, travelling long distance by train to attend these gatherings. Up to 8000 people flocked to the town of Banff and the Hotel to be a part of this festival, among the most highly acclaimed North American Highland Games in those years.
Walk Pittencrieff Glen Dunfermline Fife Scotland [02:35]
Tour Scotland February video of a walk in Pittencrieff Glen on visit to Dunfermline, Fife. In 1902, Andrew Carnegie purchased both Pittencrieff House and Estate from its then owner, Colonel James Maitland Hunt with the intention to gift these to the people of Dunfermline. The official ceremony for the gifting of the park occurred the following year, and the Dunfermline Carnegie Trust, was founded for the general maintenance of the glen.