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Scotland is awe-inspiring, powerful, and even spiritual. The country's crumbling ruins interspersed throughout the landscape truly move travelers.

Coniston, Cumbria Region, England. Coniston is a popular spot for hill-walking and rock-climbing; there are fine walks to be had on the nearby Furness Fells and Grizedale Forest, and some of the finest rock in the Lake District on the eastern face of Dow Crag, 3 miles from the village. (V)

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What a serene place for a stroll :-)

The purple forest of Scotland near Inverney. photo by Jordan Moffat Photography and he says yes indeed it is a purple forest! Another reason to go to Scotland!

Heavy rain with a bit of sunshine, Appin, Scotland by Alec Kirkham

Castle Stalker, another iconic Scottish castle. Typical Scottish weather, heavy rain with a bit of sunshine - by Alec Kirkham

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Amazing Celtic stone portal at Moongate House in County Carlow, Ireland.

Sunrise over Stac Pollaidh, Coigach. The North West Geopark, Scottish Highlands

Sunrise, Coigach. Scotland. by Barbara Jones

Princess Street Gardens, Edinburgh, Scotland

Princess Street Gardens, Edinburgh, Scotland

Fairy Bridge, Reelig Glen, Scotland | Travel Spot Photos:

Fairy Bridge, Reelig Glen, Scotland: The story goes that the bridge and grotto in Reelig Glen, near Inverness were built by the fairies living in the wood, which is why locals call it Fairy Glen rather than Reelig