14 Photos of Scotland We Love

Explore Scotland through the eyes of feature photographer Jad Davenport in this featured photo essay and start planning your next trip.

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Standing in awe of historic strongholds like Eilean Donan Castle only fueled the hunger of author, Jad Davenport, to become a Scot.Jad Davenport
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The author's path to clandom passed through Scottish forest trails...Jad Davenport
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...and crossed the lawn at Inverlochy Castle, where a painting of Bonnie Prince Charlie hung.Jad Davenport
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A view of Inverlochy Castle in the Scottish countryside.Jad Davenport
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Jad Davenport
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In the epic Highlands, the hills around Glencoe Valley were blooming with heather.Jad Davenport
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Heather in the Scottish Highlands.Jad Davenport
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A barn and bike sit abandoned in the remote valley of Glen Etive.Jad Davenport
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An unabashed father and son stand in the rain to pose for photos in their traditional Scottish kilts.Jad Davenport
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Highland cattle, bred for brutal coastal conditions, dominate the Scottish landscape.Jad Davenport
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Scotland by night.Jad Davenport
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Scotland's Loch Duich.Jad Davenport
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Coats of arms, like Clan MacLeod crest pictured here, are important symbols of Scottish ancestry.
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Kilnave Church ruins near the ancestral home of Scotland's Clan MacLeod.Jad Davenport