This week Tina is sending us on a treasure hunt. Fun! She has asked us to search for specific items (either from our archives or newly captured) from the list that she provided (here). Here is what I found.
This photo was taken on the coast of the beautiful, small fishing village of St. Abbs, Scotland. St. Abbs is located in southeast Scotland, along the Berwickshire coast on the North Sea.
While taking photos of Aberdour Castle in Scotland, I spotted these good dogs waiting patiently for their master to return. Someone once commented that they don’t look real, but I assure you they are!
This photo was snapped on Shore in Leith, Scotland. Leith was once an independent town but was incorporated into the city of Edinburgh in 1920.
Old High Church is the oldest church in Inverness, Scotland. It’s tower dates to the 14th century.
A musical instrument and/or a street performer
It doesn’t get any more Scottish than this. A bagpiper playing for the tourists in Edinburgh’s City Center.
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Until next time…