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Roscoe after a scratchy roll in the heather. Hoy, Orkney. June 2016. Photo by Graham Brown.

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Old Man of Hoy

The Old Man of Hoy, Orkney Islands, Scotland. You will first see this amazing sea stack if taking the ferry from Scrabster to Stromness. if you have time, take a walk from Rackwick Bay to the Old Man of Hoy

The Old Man Of Hoy, St John's head on the Isle of Hoy, Orkney, Scotland.

'Gaelic Viking' (Winter 2012 marlies|dekkers) takes its name from the fearless Viking warriors who set up camp on the Orkney Islands - set between Norway and Scotland. From the Scottish influence comes a bold tartan pattern in purples, blues and greens, printed diagnolly and accented by a traditional Scandinavian appliqué of delicate birch leaves in felt and faux leather.

Hoy, Orkneys, Scotland. Hoy is the second largest island in the archipelago after the Mainland. It is connected by a causeway called The Ayre to South Walls.

The Old Man of Hoy, Orkney Islands, Scotland

Rackwick Bay - Island of Hoy - Orkney. Dream trip- I'd love to visit the Orkney Islands - Scotland

UNITED KINGDOM, Scotland, Orkney Islands, Hoy.

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Italian Chapel

The Italian Chapel, Isle of Orkney, Scotland. This chapel was built by Italian prisoners of war using any available cheap material, inside paintings of the Virgin Mary and plasterwork mimics the incredible Italian cathedrals.