Autumn at Hadrian’s Wall, on the English/Scottish border. Hadrian's Wall was built, beginning in to keep Roman Britain safe from hostile attacks from the Picts. It was the northernmost boundary of the Roman empire until early in the fifth century
Scotland - This huge waterfall isn’t tumbling from a Central American plateau: it’s the Mealt Falls on the Isle of Skye. The imposing cliffs in the background are Kilt Rock, a rocky outcrop with vertical basalt columns said to resemble a pleated kilt.