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Eye-catching red hair, a trendy fringe, large curved horns: there’s no denying Scotland’s Highland cows are a sight to behold.⁠
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The breed originated from Western Isles of Scotland. And it is the oldest breed of cattle in the world, first registered in 1885. But today, you’ll find them all over Scotland and other parts of the world too. Places such as America, Canada, Australia, Germany, Belgium and Switzerland, to name a few.⁠
The first thing you notice about these cows is their unique long hair and girly long lashes. They have a coarse outer coat which can be about 33cm long.  It helps them to survive the cold Scottish winter. ⁠
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And now try to pronounce highland cow in Gaelic Bò Ghàidhealach’ 😁⁠
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    @scotland_crawler

    Scottish Highlands


    Eye-catching red hair, a trendy fringe, large curved horns: there’s no denying Scotland’s Highland cows are a sight to behold.⁠

    The breed originated from Western Isles of Scotland. And it is the oldest breed of cattle in the world, first registered in 1885. But today, you’ll find them all over Scotland and other parts of the world too. Places such as America, Canada, Australia, Germany, Belgium and Switzerland, to name a few.⁠
    The first thing you notice about these cows is their unique long hair and girly long lashes. They have a coarse outer coat which can be about 33cm long. It helps them to survive the cold Scottish winter. ⁠

    And now try to pronounce highland cow in Gaelic Bò Ghàidhealach’ 😁⁠

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  • Clashnessie waterfall a small waterfall  compared  to my fav the steall falls , but there’s something about rushing water , the noise , the power but also calming , that no matter the size there just something magical about them , what’s your fav waterfall
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    Clashnessie

    Clashnessie waterfall a small waterfall compared to my fav the steall falls , but there’s something about rushing water , the noise , the power but also calming , that no matter the size there just something magical about them , what’s your fav waterfall

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  • We're so busy keeping busy that we fail to see the error of our ways.
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    @kashifahmad12

    Soho

    We're so busy keeping busy that we fail to see the error of our ways.

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  • Marmion Tower, Yorkshire, England⁣
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All that remains of the medieval manor today is the gatehouse, known as Marmion Tower.  The gatehouse is crenellated in the fashion of a castle but was not provided with a portcullis or arrow loops, indicating that it was only done for aesthetics.
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    @medievaltravels

    Marmion Tower

    Marmion Tower, Yorkshire, England⁣


    All that remains of the medieval manor today is the gatehouse, known as Marmion Tower. The gatehouse is crenellated in the fashion of a castle but was not provided with a portcullis or arrow loops, indicating that it was only done for aesthetics.

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  • Such a beautiful village and such a sad legend associated with it. This place is  reputed to be named after the legendary hound Gelert.

In the legend, Llywelyn the Great (the ruler of Wales) returns from hunting to find his baby missing, the cradle overturned, and Gelert with a blood-smeared mouth. Believing the dog had savaged the child, Llywelyn draws his sword and kills Gelert 😣 After the dog's dying yelp Llywelyn hears the cries of the baby, unharmed under the cradle, along with a dead wolf which had attacked the child and been killed by Gelert... Llywelyn is overcome with remorse and buries the dog with great ceremony, but can still hear its dying yelp. After that day Llywelyn never smiles again.

I will come with something more positive tomorrow ☺️
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    Beddgelert

    Such a beautiful village and such a sad legend associated with it. This place is reputed to be named after the legendary hound Gelert.

    In the legend, Llywelyn the Great (the ruler of Wales) returns from hunting to find his baby missing, the cradle overturned, and Gelert with a blood-smeared mouth. Believing the dog had savaged the child, Llywelyn draws his sword and kills Gelert 😣 After the dog's dying yelp Llywelyn hears the cries of the baby, unharmed under the cradle, along with a dead wolf which had attacked the child and been killed by Gelert... Llywelyn is overcome with remorse and buries the dog with great ceremony, but can still hear its dying yelp. After that day Llywelyn never smiles again.

    I will come with something more positive tomorrow ☺️

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