Scottish Bagpipers &
Eilean Donan Castle
It's clear you are in Scotland when these are the
street musicians. The quartet played in Edinburgh.
This piper, wearing the full traditional regalia, played
at a scenic overlook in the Scottish highlands. Castles
also employ pipers, but I liked the background here.
Eilean Donan Castle in the highlands makes a strong
case to be Scotland's most photogenic castle.
Destroyed nearly 300 years ago, we are fortunate that
the Eilean Donan Castle was rebuilt in the 20th century.
If you have a high speed internet connection, watch the free 1997
Intrepid Berkeley Explorer video of England, Scotland and Ireland by
clicking on: My Pub Runneth Over
Also try my 2013 video of Wales, Northern Ireland and Ireland:
My Pub Runneth Over Too