Videos tagged with "print"
Lochearnhead: Sledging in the snow at Briar Holiday Cottages, Loch Earn, Scotland [00:09]
Fraser Proven is the first to sledge down the snow slopes of Briar Cottages, self catering, Lochearnhead 2013; following the hoof prints left by the deer. This is typical of a 70 year old's activities in this community!
James Hedderwick Memorial Cathedral Glasgow Scotland [00:30]
Tour Scotland video of the James Hedderwick Memorial on visit to the Cathedral in Glasgow. He was proprietor and editor of the Glasgow Citizen, and was born in Glasgow on the 18th of January 1814. His father, who bore the same Christian name, was a Queen's printer in Glasgow. .Aged 16 he spent some time in London, in the course of which he attended the Rhetoric class of the London University, and carried off the first prize.
Ministers Stained Glass Window Parish Church Luss Loch Lomond Scotland [00:35]
Tour Scotland video of the Ministers memorial stained glass window in the Parish Church in Luss, on visit to Loch Lomond, Scotland. A memorial to past ministers of the parish church of Luss, including John Stuart of Luss, who was born in 1743 and died in 1821. He was a Church of Scotland minister, and reviser of the New Testament in Gaelic of his father James Stuart of Killin. John Stuart's revised New Testament was published in 1796 with a print run of 21500 copies.He was the main translator of the Old Testament which was published in 1801. The son of the minister James Stuart, and Elizabeth Drummond, he was born at Killin. He was licensed by the presbytery of Edinburgh on 27th February 1771, was presented to the living of Arrochar by Sir James Colquhoun in October 1773, and was ordained on 12 May 1774. He was translated to Weem on 26th March 1776, and to Luss on 1st July 1777. He received the degree of DD from Glasgow University in 1795. Stuart died at Luss on 24 May 1821.
Harvest: Gangwon, Korea - Edinburgh, Scotland [01:27]
A two-channel video installation using reverse projection (projecting on frosted exterior windows from the inside) with videos showing at street level on Lady Lawson Street in Edinburgh. The installation is accompanied by two film stills, printed and mounted inside Tent Gallery. The video was taken in South Korea and Scotland.
Tweed & Till walk, Northumberland. © [01:15]
This circular walk starts by Twizel bridge on the Berwick to Cornhill Road and follows the River Till under the railway bridge to the confluence with the River Tweed. It then follows the Tweed eastwards before cutting across the field to head up a bank where it meets a country road. Here you go straight ahead along the road, past some cottages on the right until the road bears left. After a short distance you reach a stile on the right. Cross the stile and head diagonally across the field past Twizel Castle on the right until you reach a stile in the bottom right corner of the field. This takes you onto a track which heads back down hill with the river below to reach your starting point. This walk is approximately 4.5 miles long and is graded easy. For reference I got this walk from Walks in the Secret Kingdom by Edward Baker which is no longer in print. Wherever you go stay safe, plan ahead, let people know where you are going, take maps & compass with your gps and follow the country code. It is best to ask permission to camp outside of official campsites although the law for campers is different in Scotland and England. Music : Benny Hawes. Drift