The Highland Blog

Saturday 14th November 2009

Edinburgh is the capital town of Scotland and is unquestionably one of the most popular places for a stag night. The exercises and the exercises held in this stunning town are some of the highest quality in terms of fun and value for money. If you wish...

Wednesday 11th November 2009

Image by sparkypics via Flickr One of the main problems I saw was the fact that kilts were being old for £20 or less. Well it doesn’t take a genius to work out that these are not exactly the real deal when a normal kilt can cost anything...

Saturday 7th November 2009

Image via Wikipedia Kilts, as we know them, were adapted from 16th century Highland garments that are believed to have been heavily influenced by the clothing worn by the Vikings and Normans that conquered the British Isles in the 8th...

Thursday 29th October 2009

When I first became a wedding photographer in Edinburgh I was surprised at the number of people who did not live in Scotland that wanted to get married here. From people who moved away as children to those who simply fell in love with the country or...

Tuesday 27th October 2009

Image via Wikipedia Sean Connery is a well known actor from Scotland, who was born in Edinburgh 25th of August 1930. His career looks like a typical American dream – a 9 year old boy Thomas Sean Connery started work as a milko and now as a...

Thursday 8th October 2009

Image via Wikipedia The Harris Tweed Jacket is recognised worldwide as an icon of British style. It’s a home grown classic with a proud heritage and a distinct provenance. Since its founding in England in the nineteenth century, Harris...

Wednesday 30th September 2009

Image via Wikipedia How can you celebrate Scotland and Scottish culture better than just having competitions in piping and drumming, dancing, and Scottish heavy athletics with a lot of fun, bagpipes and men in kilts? There is no better way...

Friday 25th September 2009

Image by foxypar4 via Flickr Highland dances are an important part of a scottish tradition and rustic folklore of this land.  Scottish dances have a several ages of history and after that there are a lot of inspiring and well known...

Wednesday 23rd September 2009

Were you ever looking for a good place for meditation, think everything through? In my opinion not every place is good for this – it’s great if it is peaceful, calm and beautiful in a way that is not disturbing. I recommend one place: Kilt Rock on the...

Friday 18th September 2009

Image by Gordon McKinlay via Flickr If you were preparing for battle and could only bring three weapons, which would they be? Ancient Scottish warriors would have brought a Claymore for their primary weapon and a Scottish Dirk with...

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