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*A LITTLE BIT COUNTRY

I can't resist black-faced sheep (bonus points for horns) with stone walls nearby. Reminds me of Billy Goat's Gruff!

Sheep On Winter Farm

Sheep in snow, Grantown on Spey. Scotland hills forest in background by Aaron Sneddon Photography & Aerial Photographer

Culloden, Scotland

"Culloden near Inverness, Scotland - one of the strangest battlefields (and mass burial grounds) in the world. There is so much juxtaposition between the "ordinary" (like this cottage) and the "extraordinary" (like the mass graves not 100 yards away).

Escocia roof grazing

A sheep on the roof of Corrigal Farm Museum, Harray, Orkney. They are taking good care to preserve some of the old rare sheep breeds in Scotland and on the islands. Photo by Raymond Wardenær

Abbotsford House, Scotland--a side few of the baronial manor house of Sir Walter Scott, the author credited with "inventing" the historical novel and the home the heroine visits to garner inspiration for her home furnishings project for her boss in America...

Abbotsford House, Scotland - historic home of the poet & author, Sir Walter Scott. built by him in the Scottish Borders.

Soay Sheep, St Kilda, Scotland ~ remotest part of the British Isles, west of Benbecula, Outer Hebrides, July 2013. Soay sheep are primitive sheep found no where else in the world.

Soay Sheep ~ St Kilda, Scotland ~ remotest part of the British Isles, west of Benbecula, Outer Hebrides, July Soay sheep are primitive sheep found no where else in the world.

An ancient church and graveyard in the Scottish Highlands. Cille Choirill Vertical View by XY75MQ

Cille Choirill in Scotland can be found off the approx 2 miles east of Roy Bridge. The church / chapel is thought to have originated around and had Catholic connections that go back to the Irish missionary St. Cairell at that time .

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