Scottish Horses & Ponies
Just as is says on the box, for pictures of horses in Scotland...only rule is they shot must be taken in Scotland...and be of one horse or more. Native Scottish breeds especially welcome; as is any discussion on the subject of horses/ponies....keeping them, riding them and photographing them! Please comment on members photos and use the code below to encourage active use of the group... Simply cut and paste - <b>Found in Scottish Horses and Ponies</b><a…
What Is Burns Night and How Do You Celebrate It?
Burns Night, called Burns Supper in the U.K., is the night the world celebrates Scotland’s beloved poet, Robert Burns (affectionately known as “Rabbie Burns”). You may recall read…
Wedding Photographer Belfast - George Pennock Photography
The Hole Stone, County Antrim Some of my favourite photographs of Ireland. Also available to order as high quality prints. Please contact me for more information on sizes, paper and delivery. www.georgepennock.com
Mapping A Massacre for Old Times Sake
Archaeologists in Scotland are to bring alive “the human story” of the Glencoe massacre, one of the most violent episodes in British history.
Your Guide to the Ultimate Burns Night [Infographic] | Distillery Trail
This Burns Night "How To" infographic is your guide to what to eat, drink, and how to celebrate along with fun facts to break out at your Burns Night party.
With rows of brightly painted houses and the fantastic scenery of the Slieve Miskish mountains, the village of Eyeries looks suspiciously like it's really just a film set that's simply too quaint to be real. And while it has provided the backdrop for a few films, Eyeries is very much a real Irish village (albeit with the charm turned up to 90) and, together with the nearby village of Allihies, it makes for the perfect stop on any road trip along the Ring of Beara
Blue Celtic Triquetra Shower Curtain by Naumaddic Arts - CafePress
Shop Blue Celtic Triquetra Shower Curtain designed by Naumaddic Arts. Lots of different size and color combinations to choose from. ✓Free Returns ✓High Quality Printing ✓Fast Shipping
A Scots Gaelic Christmas Greeting
Would you like to wish someone a Merry Christmas in Scots Gaelic? Here is basic holiday salutation for you to try: Merry Christmas and Happy New Year, in Scots Gaelic is roughly pronounced "Nollik Chree-hel Blee-una va oor"
Irish Quotes, Blessings and Toasts
The wit and wisdom, humor and hope of the Irish have found their way into quotes, saying, blessings, prayers and toasts to spread a bit of cheer. These snippets and pearls of wisdom continue to be passed down and used to celebrate, to toast and to...