Posts tagged ‘scotland’

August 22, 2018

Ancient Scotland

by duncanr

Having spent the past seven months travelling all over Scotland to shoot my new film, ANCIENT SCOTLAND, I’ve never been more proud to call this country home‘ (John Duncan)

click link to view John’s video on Youtube –

August 8, 2018

Glasgow’s drying green: Now twice as dry and half as green!

by allthoughtswork

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The place where Duncan’s ma would hang up his kit to dry hasn’t seen a pair of his tighty-whities in decades. Which is unfortunate because, the climate being what it is, he could probably dry the entire contents of his lingerie drawer now in minutes.

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June 12, 2018

Beinn Alligin, and the Northern Lights

by duncanr

been many a long year since I climbed and camped on the braes o’ Scotland’s hills and mountains

videos like this make me yearn for the days of my youth again !

March 21, 2018

Steve seen in Scotland

by duncanr

STEVE – a Strong Thermal Emission Velocity Enhancement was spotted in Scotland the other night, alongside the Aurora Borealis

unlike the Aurora, however, which is green, Steve is purple and has a distinctive arc-shape

scientists are keen to learn more about the rare phenomenon –

March 1, 2018

Scotland on Red Alert

by duncanr

January 23, 2018

He’s Still Hingin’ Oan

by duncanr

If you’re used to a regular skilift, trying to get up a snowy mountain with a T-bar is challenging. It’s even harder on a snowboard. But when you are an inexperienced snowboarder, it’s almost impossible. These guys are out on their first snowboarding expedition at Nevis Range Mountain Experience in Torlundy, Scotland


January 19, 2018

Scottish Slang

by duncanr

January 18, 2018

A Scottish Snowman

by duncanr

while the recent heavy snowfall in Scotland has meant misery for those trapped up tp 11 hours in their cars on the M74 until mountain rescue teams reached them, for others, it was an opportunity to . . .

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January 14, 2018

Queen Romps Home

by duncanr

displaying a surprising turn of speed for someone her age, the fleet-footed queen beat a packed field that included pipers and politicians to cross the line first at the inaugural Edinburgh – Queensferry half-marathon . . .


November 30, 2017

St Andrew’s Day

by duncanr

scots the world o’er will be celebrating Andrew – the patron saint of Scotland – today

some will don tartan, many will open a bottle or two, and quite a few will be hungover tomorrow, for St Andrew’s day is a fine excuse to get blootered

it’s also a fine excuse for me to . . .

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