What could be more Scottish in the minds of many of us than a traditional haggis? Here's a recipe to try and make one yourself! Enjoy more pins inspired by Outlander here: https://www.pinterest.com/KaveyEats/outlander-inspiration/
Scottish Highlanders, 18th century. However, once the American revolution began, they took their kilts and made trews out of them. Trews are breeches or long pants that are made out of tartan material that used to be into a kilt. ;) Trews helped protect their legs when hiking in the woods, fields, etc.
Southerness Lighthouse, Scotland - Old as it may be, Southerness Lighthouse was soundly built so that over 250 years of Scottish weather have left nary a mark. Local authorities so conduct regular maintenance on what is now a tourist attraction and regional landmark, however, which explains the structure’s attractive coat of whitewash.
Achnabreck, a horned spiral, Cairnbaan, Scotland.
Ring of Brodgar, Orkney, Scotland. So beautiful.
St Andrew’s Cathedral (Scotland)by Javier Cortina
The Aberlemno Serpent Stone, Carved with the unique symbols of the Picts one of the 2 peoples that dominated Scotland in the Iron age. Images here include the snake, bent spear, roman mirror and the two disc's. Scotland