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I think those photos were put on digitally

I think those photos were put on digitally

Harry Potter fans... JK Rowling got names for the characters here... there's a gravestone for a Thomas Riddlell here too!!! (Grey Friar's Kirk Yard, Edinburgh Scotland.) http://likewinethroughwater.tumblr.com/post/7924976567/the-tombstone-of-thomas-riddell-in-greyfriars Would love to go here!!!

JK Rowling got names for the characters here. there's a gravestone for a Thomas Riddle here too! Although when I went all I could find was Dedalus Diggle and Rufus Scrimgeour (Grey Friar's Kirk Yard, Edinburgh Scotland.

From Scots History Online:  HILLBILLY (Hillbillies)  The origin of this American nickname for mountain folk in the Ozarks and in Appalachia comes from Ulster. Ulster-Scottish (The often incorrectly labeled “Scots-Irish”) settlers in the hill-country of Appalachia brought their traditional music with them to the new world...

mountain folk in the Ozarks and in Appalachia came from Ulster. Ulster-Scottish (The often incorrectly labeled “Scots-Irish”) settlers in the hill-country of Appalachia brought their traditional music with them to the new world.

Aberlemno Cross Slab - central device of the famous 8th century Pictish cross slab in Aberlemno Kirk yard in the Angus region of Scotland. It consists of intricate Celtic interlace which includes 3 Celtic knots in the shaft & a center device of 7 triple spirals. While the slab from which this cross is taken includes zoomorphic designs, crosses designed by the Picts almost never included any figurative sculpture although it is not known why this particular artistic convention existed.

Aberlemno Cross Slab - central device of the famous century Pictish cross…

Santa Fe Design Styles Fences | well-designed entry might include a winding path of flagstone and ...

A well-designed entry might include a winding path of flagstone and bricks, native plantings, pottery, a space-shaping courtyard wall, and welcoming .

Reproduction of Aberlemno Cross Slab - central device of the famous 8th century Pictish cross slab in Aberlemno Kirk yard in the Angus region of Scotland. It consists of intricate Celtic interlace which includes 3 Celtic knots in the shaft & a center device of 7 triple spirals. While the slab from which this cross is taken includes zoomorphic designs.

beautiful wall hanging Celtic Cross --- from Historic Impressions Products: large selection of Irish, Scottish and Celtic artifact reproductions.

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