Edinburgh, Train Station
The glass roof of Edinburgh's rail station contrasts with the stonework architecture of the skyline beyond.
The Rapeseed Fields
Rapeseed (also called "rape," "oilseed rape," or "rapa") is a common crop in Scotland. Its characteristic yellow flowers can be seen from miles of roadside.
Shallow Canyon, Stonehaven
A small stream has eroded a shallow canyon in the cliffs surrounding Scotland's Dunnottar Castle in Stonehaven.
A stream of water flows between majestic mountain peaks south of Glencoe in the Scottish highlands.
Loch Lochy Shore
Beautiful mountains rise from the opposite shore of Loch Lochy, Scotland's third deepest loch.
Stirling Castle, Passage
A passageway leads into a spiraling staircase within Stirling Castle, one of Scotland's largest and most important castles.
The Kelpies I
Close up, the individual metal panels that make up The Kelpies, Scotland's largest public sculpture, are sharp against a cloudy sky.
The Kelpies II
Made up of 928 unique steel skin plates and weighting 600 metric tons in total, The Kelpies is Scotland's largest public sculpture.
Falkirk Wheel Aqueduct
The aqueduct connects the Falkirk Wheel to the two additional locks allowing access to the Union Canal.
These casks have been, or will be, used to age the spirit distilled at Kingsbarns Distillery in Kingsbarns St Andrews, Scotland.
Scottish Wind Turbine
This wind turbine converts the power of wind into electricity on the Scottish countryside.
Urquhart Castle Window
Loch Ness can be seen through a window of Urquhart Castle in Drumnadrochit, Scotland.