Piper on the Battlements of Edinburgh Castle
The 2015 Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo - the annual event combining military spectacle, cultural performance vibrant music and international colour, set on the esplanade of Edinburgh Castle.
Herald picture archive: When passing out in Maryhill meant staying on your feet
THIS is supposed to be a joyous occasion but still looks very serious. This is the passing out parade at Maryhill Barracks in Glasgow for the…
5 SCOTS Soldier with Bayonet Fixed on Parade in Dumbarton, Scotland
A soldier's bayonet glistens in the rain during a homecoming parade for The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 5th Battalion The Royal Regiment of Scotland (5 SCOTS) parade in Dumbarton, Scotland. Soldiers of 5 SCOTS paraded through a very wet Dumbarton following their emotional homecoming from an operational tour in Afghanistan. Photographer: Mark Owens Image 45152907.jpg from www.defenceimages.mod.uk
The Story of Black Watch: Scotland's Royal Regimental Tartan
Black Watch is one of the most recognisable tartans, not just in Scotland but all over the world. It is a Government Tartan which means that anyone, from any family can wear the tartan. But what many people do not know, is the extensive back story behind the birth of this iconic tartan.