Videos tagged with "rocks"
Castle Rocks 8 | FINAL EDITION | Strife TV [04:20]
Castle Rocks is closing for business. After 8 years it's served its purpose of raising the game in Scotland and being one of the dopest events on the UK calendar. I'd like to thank everyone who has helped, competed and attended. Without you all it would be nothing. Dhalsim, Random Aspekts. Filmed by Doy & Worm Music: Yesterdays New Quintet - The Horse. Public Enemy - Shut em Down (Pete Rock Remix)
November Bridge Of Dochart Killin Highlands Of Scotland [00:55]
Tour Scotland video of the Bridge Of Dochart on visit to Killin in the Scottish Highlands. This Scottish bridge crosses over the River Dochart just as you enter Killin from the North giving a fabulous view of the falls as they cascade down over the rocks and around the island of Inchbuie, which is the traditional burial place of the MacNab clan.
Burn By St Monans Church East Neuk Of Fife Scotland [01:03]
" Burn " is the Scottish word for stream. St Monans Church has a very dramatic setting, perched on a low rock, over a small valley with a burn.
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St Monans Parish Church At The Edge Of The Sea East Neuk Of Fife Scotland [00:48]
Tour Scotland video of St Monans Parish Church located at the edge of the sea in the East Neuk of Fife. It is often said that this is the Scottish church closest to the sea in the whole of Scotland, and this is surely the case, being only around 50 feet from the edge. The church, one of the finest remaining from the Middle Ages in Scotland, was built by King David II who was King of Scots from 7th June 1329 until his death. It was built initially for a small house of Dominican friars. It later became a Church of Scotland parish church. I was raised in the East Neuk of Fife and spent almost all my young life playing on the rocks and beaches of this coastline
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