The opening shot seems pretty nice too. Sunrises, mountain peaks, lakes (lochs), boats, Islands, and a whole lot of impressive views. Here’s the original caption:

My first visit to Scotland and what a place! We totally lucked out with the weather and enjoyed day after day of warm beautiful sunshine. I had heard and seen how beautiful the Scottish landscapes are but I was blown away seeing it with my own eyes. This video shows only a tiny glimpse of what the place has to offer, if you haven’t been, get planning you trip to Scotland now!
This was mainly filmed around Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park area and features Ben Arthur (The Cobbler), Ben Ime, Loch Lomond, Loch Long, Luss, Inverary, Loch Fyne and many more.


“Bruce Davidson/Paul Caponigro: Two American Photographers in Britain and Ireland,” co-curated by Huntington curator Jennifer A. Watts and Yale Center for British Art curator Scott Wilcox, finishes up its East Coast run this weekend at the Yale Center for British Art.

Next stop: THE HUNTINGTON! The exhibition opens here Nov. 8.

Bruce Davidson (b. 1933), The Duke of Argyll, Inverary, Scotland, 1960, gelatin silver print, 9 × 13 ¼ in., Yale Center for British Art. © Bruce Davidson/Magnum Photos.

Paul Caponigro (b. 1932), Callanish Stone Circle, Isle of Lewis, Outer Hebrides, Scotland, 1972, gelatin silver print, 17 ¼ × 23 ¾ in. © Paul Caponigro.

Lorenzo Bartolini (1777 – 1850)  The Dancers (Emma and Julia Campbell)  Plaster model for the marble at Inverary Castle in Argyll Scotland  circa 1819 – 1820  Gipsoteca Bartoliniana   Galleria dell’Accademia   Firenze

   This is the picture-perfect town of Inveraray, on the harbour of Loch Fyne in Scotland. Those white houses in a row and that beautiful beautiful loch!! I am certain if you lived in Inveraray nothing bad could ever happen to you. (donaldw Google Earth)