St. Giles Cathedral

St. Giles Cathedral

Edinburgh. Edinburgh is the capital city of Scotland. It has been recognized as the capital since at least the 15th Century. Given that traces of Bronze Age and Iron Age settlements have been found at Castle Rock and Arthur's Seat, it should come as no surprise that Edinburgh is teeming with historical places.   St. [...]

A Handful of Exhibits at the National Museum of Scotland

A Handful of Exhibits at the National Museum of Scotland

Edinburgh. Edinburgh holds so many treasures that on a short visit it's hard to even scratch the surface of all there is to do and see. National Museum of Scotland. One such treasure is the National Museum of Scotland. The museum is located on Chambers Street and is open daily from 10:00-17:00 (except closed Christmas [...]

Doors of Stirling

Doors of Stirling

Photography Series. I've been enjoying creating these photography series. They seem the best way to showcase the photos that I'd like to share with all of you. I have shared many doors since discovering Norm's (host of Thursday Doors) blog. I shared in last week's Friday Faves that my mother and I would be traveling [...]

Photowall Review

Photowall Review

Photowall. Photowall is a Swedish Company that sells wall murals and canvas prints. When Photowall contacted me with an offer of a mural or canvas in return for my review, I was flattered. Needless to say, before committing, I visited their website, Photowall.com, to read about the company. Environmentally Friendly. One of the first things that [...]

Photo Diary Inside The Royal Yacht Britannia

Photo Diary Inside The Royal Yacht Britannia

Royal Yacht Britannia. With all this talk of Royal weddings, I thought that today we'd visit the Royal Yacht Britannia. The Royal Yacht Britannia served the Royal Family from 1954 until it was decommissioned in 1997. It traveled over 1,000,000 during that time span. But you may already know those facts. Indeed, it's likely that [...]