Scotland landscape

Immerse yourself in the stunning beauty of Scotland landscape. Discover top ideas for your next adventure and experience the awe-inspiring nature and rich culture of this picturesque country.

Scotland is more than just kilts and haggises – as a country with a rich and ancient history and striking natural landscapes, it is a great destination for photographically-inclined travelers. Scottish landscapes are fairly diverse, with mountains, bogs, countless coastal islands, sea-side cliffs, and the occasional forest. Sweeping, epic vistas seem to be a common sight, judging by these photos.

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Pentland Hills just outside of Edinburgh is one of the best places in Scotland. 5 BEST spots to find purple Heather in Scotland. From Edinburgh to Glasgow Scotland to Northern Scotland and the Scottish Highlands. Scottish Heather is found in abundance in Scotland in later summer, peaking in August. Check out our full guide on the best spots in Scotland on www.avenlylanetravel.com #scotland #europe #scottish #ukdestinations #Scotlandtravel #scotlandtravelguide #beautifulplaces #traveldestinations Landscape Photography, Highlands, Destinations, Scottish Highlands, Flores, Scenery, Landscape, Paisajes, Voyage

Pentland Hills just outside of Edinburgh is one of the best places in Scotland. 5 BEST spots to find purple Heather in Scotland. From Edinburgh to Glasgow Scotland to Northern Scotland and the Scottish Highlands. Scottish Heather is found in abundance in Scotland in later summer, peaking in August. Check out our full guide on the best spots in Scotland on www.avenlylanetravel.com #scotland #europe #scottish #ukdestinations #Scotlandtravel #scotlandtravelguide #beautifulplaces…

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The crofting and fishing village of Torrin lies on the eastern shore of Loch Slapin, 5 miles (7 km) southwest of Broadford (An t-Àth Leathann), on the road to Elgol (Ealaghol), the B8083 . There is a mixture of Victorian white-washed cottages and modern flat-pack houses, and the village has good views of Blaven and Loch Slapin. The population peaked in the 19th century at around 120 people, dropping to 40 in 1989 and more recently rising to 65, over a third of whom speak Scottish Gaelic. The…

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