Videos tagged with "shore"
Autumn Drive Carse Of Gowrie Perthshire Scotland October 29th [01:17]
Tour Scotland Autumn video of part of a drive on visit to the Carse of Gowrie, Perthshire. The Carse stretches for about 20 miles along the north shore of the Firth of Tay between Perth and Dundee. The area offers high quality agricultural land and is well known as a major area for strawberry, raspberry and general fruit growing. Fruit is easy to cultivate in the area because of a southerly aspect and low rainfall. Its main villages are: Errol, Inchture, Longforgan, Leetown, Glencarse, St Madoes, and Inchyra
The Nigg to Cromarty Ferry [04:17]
A visit to Nigg, Ross-shire, Scotland as the little car ferry arrives from Cromarty and then departs. The drilling rigs are anchored in the Cromarty Firth, and the one onshore is undergoing refit at Nigg.
Fall Autumn Loch Tummel Highland Perthshire Scotland [02:34]
Tour Scotland Fall video of Loch Tummel in Highland Perthshire on a beautiful Autumn Scottish day. This is a long, narrow Scottish loch, located 5 miles north west of Pitlochry. The loch is traversed by roads on both north and south banks, offering splendid views of the surrounding countryside. The best known is Queen's View from the north shore, which Queen Victoria made famous in 1866. The loch is popular with anglers who fish for trout and for campers and canoeists, and with photographers all year round.
Mary Buick Watson Gravestone Kilrenny East Neuk Of Fife Scotland [00:31]
Tour Scotland video of the Mary Buick Watson, Gravestone in Kilrenny by Cellardyke, Anstruther, East Neuk Of Fife. Mary Buick of Dundee became the 2nd wife of local fisherman Thomas Watson. In 1799 Thomas was taken by a press-gang, and Mary ran after them and asked them to take her too. The pair of them served aboard HMS Ardent, and during the Battle of Copenhagen in 1801, as the Ardent was being shelled by the Danish shore batteries, Mary Watson Buick went into labour and gave birth to their first child, a girl called Mary. Little Mary Watson lived to be 90, dying in 1891. The day after the Battle of Copenhagen, Thomas Watson, and his wife and child, were transferred to HMS Bellona, and a year or so later Thomas was discharged at Spithead and made his way home to Cellardyke, where he used his prize money to build a house by the harbour (now 7 Shore Street) and open an ale and pie shop.
Sea Kayak Treasure Island -Fidra Sea Cave on foot near Edinburgh Scotland.MOV [05:51]
Island hopping in Sea Kayaks on the offshore islands near Edinburgh Scotland. Exploring sea caves by foot on Fidra Island near North Berwick. Dun Eideann Sea Kayak tours leads 6 hour paddle tours in the Firth of Forth. North Berwick can be accessed from downtown Edinburgh by rail. Film was shot during the week of the Fringe festival 2012.