During the rutting season, male deer like to put on a show of strength in order to ward off rivals. This fellow looks like he’s got his eye on you.
Ever since Kirkpatrick Macmillan created the first pedal-driven bicycle, Scots have been whizzing about on two wheels.
This young stag has got himself a pretty impressive set of antlers. A true Monarch of the Glen in the making.
Thanks to the power of evolution, the owl’s plummage blends perfectly with the tree canopy.
The darkening forest was brought to life by the gentle hooting of dozens of tiny owls.
Our 100% Cotton strikes the balance between light enough to keep you cool but tough enough to withstand some proper wear and tear.
Get your paws in the air like you just don’t care.
Extensions of the deer’s skull, antlers are grown as objects of sexual attraction and as a weapon in battles for control of any females in the vicinity.
With dreams of making it big, the Rock Dogs assembled a ‘super group’ of all the most talented hounds around.
The leaders of the animal kingdom assemble for a great occasion. Dripping with jewels and medals, all wearing their finest clothes.
The myriad shapes formed by shattering ice as it melts into the sea.
Mother Nature’s fingertips, you can feel them if you brush gently against them.
Like slivers of the finest, most delicate paper, the silhouette of the butterfly shows just how beautiful its impressive wings are.
A group of enthusiastic woodwork apprentices have collaborated to create this impressive talking point.
Rockers, leather boys and greasers are members of a biker sub-culture which emerged in the UK in the 1950s centred around motorbikes and rock ‘n’ roll.
Convention required that everyone wear a stylish outfit and a comfortable mask to disguise their true identity.
Each generation brought a new cluster of dwellings, only for those to be wiped out and replaced in a seemingly never-ending cycle.
Drawing inspiration for the surroundings in a bid to remain effortlessly stylish.
You probably don’t want to go down to the woods today . . .
Building techniques, land supply and local materials all contributed to the European fashion of creating tall, slim houses.
A keen traveller, rabbit made sure she took plenty photographs to show to her family back home.
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