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It’s #bluemonday so here’s a reminder of some glorious #blueskies over #Burghead to cheer us all up 🌞 #holidaycottage #petfriendly #moray #scotland #staycation #summeriscoming #nofilter @morayspeyside www.visit-burghead.co.uk
@moraycottages
Burghead, Moray

It’s #bluemonday so here’s a reminder of some glorious #blueskies over #burghead to cheer us all up 🌞 #holidaycottage #petfriendly #moray #scotland #staycation #summeriscoming #nofilter @morayspeyside www.visit-burghead.co.uk

Only five more sleeps until The Bothy reopens after the refurbishment 🙈 We’re making changes inside and out including the signage where this fellow will feature.... #watchthisspace #tendaymakeover #loveadeadline #whoneedsanneka @bothycreative @dsgltd #mackerel #seafood #moraycoast #burghead #bothybistro #onit 😀
@moraycoast_themillie

Only five more sleeps until The Bothy reopens after the refurbishment 🙈 We’re making changes inside and out including the signage where this fellow will feature.... #watchthisspace #tendaymakeover #loveadeadline #whoneedsanneka @bothycreative @dsgltd #mackerel #seafood #moraycoast #burghead #bothybistro #onit 😀

Only five more sleeps until The Bothy reopens after the refurbishment 🙈 We’re making changes inside and out including the signage where this fellow will feature.... #watchthisspace #tendaymakeover #loveadeadline #whoneedsanneka @bothycreative @dsgltd #mackerel #seafood #moraycoast #burghead #bothybistro #onit 😀
@moraycoast_westbeachhopeman

Only five more sleeps until The Bothy reopens after the refurbishment 🙈 We’re making changes inside and out including the signage where this fellow will feature.... #watchthisspace #tendaymakeover #loveadeadline #whoneedsanneka @bothycreative @dsgltd #mackerel #seafood #moraycoast #burghead #bothybistro #onit 😀

Only five more sleeps until The Bothy reopens after the refurbishment 🙈 We’re making changes inside and out including the signage where this fellow will feature.... #watchthisspace #tendaymakeover #loveadeadline #whoneedsanneka @bothycreative @dsgltd #mackerel #seafood #moraycoast #burghead #bothybistro #onit 😀
@moraycoast_bothybistro

Only five more sleeps until The Bothy reopens after the refurbishment 🙈 We’re making changes inside and out including the signage where this fellow will feature.... #watchthisspace #tendaymakeover #loveadeadline #whoneedsanneka @bothycreative @dsgltd #mackerel #seafood #moraycoast #burghead #bothybistro #onit 😀

Only five more sleeps until The Bothy reopens after the refurbishment 🙈 We’re making changes inside and out including the signage where this fellow will feature.... #watchthisspace #tendaymakeover #loveadeadline #whoneedsanneka @bothycreative @dsgltd #mackerel #seafood #moraycoast #burghead #bothybistro #onit 😀
@moraycoast_thebessie

Only five more sleeps until The Bothy reopens after the refurbishment 🙈 We’re making changes inside and out including the signage where this fellow will feature.... #watchthisspace #tendaymakeover #loveadeadline #whoneedsanneka @bothycreative @dsgltd #mackerel #seafood #moraycoast #burghead #bothybistro #onit 😀

(2/3) The burning of the Clavie - 11 January.
@cade_digital
Burghead, Moray

(2/3) The burning of the Clavie - 11 January.

My prince. My adventure companion. My heart. My soul. My moon. My stars. My protector. My small boy. My best friend. My future husband. My future pets father. 
My life. 
Wow @superrvillain ... I like you a lot. 
#boyfriend #gooutdoors #esplore #exploremore #canon6dmarkii #visitscotland #pmgridchallenge #malefashion #photographer #photography #adventuremore #adventuretime #getout #hiddenscotland #burghead #forestwalks #forest #woodland
@littlepixiealice
Burghead, Moray

My prince. My adventure companion. My heart. My soul. My moon. My stars. My protector. My small boy. My best friend. My future husband. My future pets father. My life. Wow @superrvillain ... I like you a lot. #boyfriend #gooutdoors #esplore #exploremore #canon6dmarkii #visitscotland #pmgridchallenge #malefashion #photographer #photography #adventuremore #adventuretime #getout #hiddenscotland #burghead #forestwalks #forest #woodland

First row of the year & wow what a morning for it! -2 when we left Burghead but 3 degrees when we got back in. Coastal rowing is my therapy - you leave all the stress of the week behind & just appreciate the beauty around you😍❄️☀️🚣🏻‍♀️🌊. #burghead #bcrc #burgheadcoastalrowingclub #SCRA #staylesskiff #tarbhuisge #morayspeyside #madeinmoray #mymoray #visitmoray #ilovecoastalrowing #scotspirit #handbuiltboat #builtbythecommunityforthecommunity #nofilter #andbreathe #firstrowoftheyear #getoutside #livelife #livetheadventure #escape #onthewater
@duffus_estate
Burghead, Moray

First row of the year & wow what a morning for it! -2 when we left Burghead but 3 degrees when we got back in. Coastal rowing is my therapy - you leave all the stress of the week behind & just appreciate the beauty around you😍❄️☀️🚣🏻‍♀️🌊. #burghead #bcrc #burgheadcoastalrowingclub #scra #staylesskiff #tarbhuisge #morayspeyside #madeinmoray #mymoray #visitmoray #ilovecoastalrowing #scotspirit #handbuiltboat #builtbythecommunityforthecommunity #nofilter #andbreathe #firstrowoftheyear #getoutside #livelife #livetheadventure #escape #onthewater

Stunning Jade green sea gem wrapped in sterling silver wire. Available on our website www.morayseaglass.co.uk
@morayseagems
Moray

Stunning Jade green sea gem wrapped in sterling silver wire. Available on our website www.morayseaglass.co.uk

Burghead, 2018. #burghead
@iain.sarjeant

Burghead, 2018. #burghead

Follow your nose, it smells what your heart see’s and finds its desires for you. Adventure is always right around the corner! 
#pmgridchallenge #photographer #photography #scotland #visuallysatisfying #visualambassadors #agameoftones #moodygram #hiddenscotland #visitscotland #burghead
@littlepixiealice
Burghead, Moray

Follow your nose, it smells what your heart see’s and finds its desires for you. Adventure is always right around the corner! #pmgridchallenge #photographer #photography #scotland #visuallysatisfying #visualambassadors #agameoftones #moodygram #hiddenscotland #visitscotland #burghead

New Year - New Year, so good they have it twice! The unique Burghead festival, Burning of the Clavie, celebrates the New Year on January 11th. This harks back to the days where we swapped the Julian calendar for the Gregorian (Google it👩‍🎓) and the folk of Burghead kept New Year from BOTH calendars, what a flaming good idea🔥
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#burghead #burningoftheclavie #firefestival #fire #flame #calendarFun #igscotland #instascotland #insta_scotland #thisIsScotland #scotlandisNow  #Scotland_insta  #lovescotland️❤ #lovescotland #scotlandphotography #Scotland  #scotland_ig  #scottish #scotSpirit #News #weLoveScotland #ScottishNews #ScotlandNews #ScottishSun #theScottishSun #ScottishSunInsta #scotlandBeauty #iloveScotland #scotland4you #loveScotland💙
@scottishsuninsta
Burghead, Moray

New Year - New Year, so good they have it twice! The unique Burghead festival, Burning of the Clavie, celebrates the New Year on January 11th. This harks back to the days where we swapped the Julian calendar for the Gregorian (Google it👩‍🎓) and the folk of Burghead kept New Year from BOTH calendars, what a flaming good idea🔥 . . . . . 📸Jasperimage/Alamy Live News #burghead #burningoftheclavie #firefestival #fire #flame #calendarfun #igscotland #instascotland #insta scotland #thisisscotland #scotlandisnow #scotland insta #lovescotland️❤ #lovescotland #scotlandphotography #scotland #scotland ig #scottish #scotspirit #news #welovescotland #scottishnews #scotlandnews #scottishsun #thescottishsun #scottishsuninsta #scotlandbeauty #ilovescotland #scotland4you #lovescotland💙

Some of my Xmas orders.  Looking forward to designing some new frames in 2019, if you require something a wee bit special and personalised please get in touch..
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#kisimulcreations #madeinscotland #scottishgifts #madewithlove #personalised #handmade #madeinmoray #makersgonnamake #burghead #buylocal
@kisimulcreations

Some of my Xmas orders. Looking forward to designing some new frames in 2019, if you require something a wee bit special and personalised please get in touch.. . . . . #kisimulcreations #madeinscotland #scottishgifts #madewithlove #personalised #handmade #madeinmoray #makersgonnamake #burghead #buylocal

I shall now be taking my sea glass jewellery making to the next level. #soldering #silversmith #silversmithing
@morayseagems
Moray

I shall now be taking my sea glass jewellery making to the next level. #soldering #silversmith #silversmithing

@l.p.m_photography

"The Burning Of The Clavie" Burning the clavie is an ancient Scottish custom still observed at Burghead, a fishing village on the Moray Firth. The clavie is a collection of casks split in two, lit as a bonfire in the evening of 11 January, i.e. New Year's Eve (in Scotland, Hogmanay) by the Julian Calendar. One of these casks is joined together again by a huge nail (Latin clavis; hence the term, it may also be from Scottish Gaelic cliabh, a basket used for holding combustibles). It is then filled with tar, lighted and carried flaming round the village and finally up to a headland upon which stands the ruins of an altar, locally called the Doorie. It here forms the nucleus of the bonfire, which is built up of split casks. When the burning tar-barrel falls in pieces, the people scramble to get a lighted piece with which to kindle the New Year's fire on their cottage hearth. The charcoal of the clavie is collected and put in pieces up the cottage chimneys, to keep spirits and witches

@l.p.m_photography

"The Burning Of The Clavie" Burning the clavie is an ancient Scottish custom still observed at Burghead, a fishing village on the Moray Firth. The clavie is a collection of casks split in two, lit as a bonfire in the evening of 11 January, i.e. New Year's Eve (in Scotland, Hogmanay) by the Julian Calendar. One of these casks is joined together again by a huge nail (Latin clavis; hence the term, it may also be from Scottish Gaelic cliabh, a basket used for holding combustibles). It is then filled with tar, lighted and carried flaming round the village and finally up to a headland upon which stands the ruins of an altar, locally called the Doorie. It here forms the nucleus of the bonfire, which is built up of split casks. When the burning tar-barrel falls in pieces, the people scramble to get a lighted piece with which to kindle the New Year's fire on their cottage hearth. The charcoal of the clavie is collected and put in pieces up the cottage chimneys, to keep spirits and witches

@l.p.m_photography

"The Burning Of The Clavie" Burning the clavie is an ancient Scottish custom still observed at Burghead, a fishing village on the Moray Firth. The clavie is a collection of casks split in two, lit as a bonfire in the evening of 11 January, i.e. New Year's Eve (in Scotland, Hogmanay) by the Julian Calendar. One of these casks is joined together again by a huge nail (Latin clavis; hence the term, it may also be from Scottish Gaelic cliabh, a basket used for holding combustibles). It is then filled with tar, lighted and carried flaming round the village and finally up to a headland upon which stands the ruins of an altar, locally called the Doorie. It here forms the nucleus of the bonfire, which is built up of split casks. When the burning tar-barrel falls in pieces, the people scramble to get a lighted piece with which to kindle the New Year's fire on their cottage hearth. The charcoal of the clavie is collected and put in pieces up the cottage chimneys, to keep spirits and witches

@l.p.m_photography

"The Burning Of The Clavie" Burning the clavie is an ancient Scottish custom still observed at Burghead, a fishing village on the Moray Firth. The clavie is a collection of casks split in two, lit as a bonfire in the evening of 11 January, i.e. New Year's Eve (in Scotland, Hogmanay) by the Julian Calendar. One of these casks is joined together again by a huge nail (Latin clavis; hence the term, it may also be from Scottish Gaelic cliabh, a basket used for holding combustibles). It is then filled with tar, lighted and carried flaming round the village and finally up to a headland upon which stands the ruins of an altar, locally called the Doorie. It here forms the nucleus of the bonfire, which is built up of split casks. When the burning tar-barrel falls in pieces, the people scramble to get a lighted piece with which to kindle the New Year's fire on their cottage hearth. The charcoal of the clavie is collected and put in pieces up the cottage chimneys, to keep spirits and witches

@l.p.m_photography

"The Burning Of The Clavie" Burning the clavie is an ancient Scottish custom still observed at Burghead, a fishing village on the Moray Firth. The clavie is a collection of casks split in two, lit as a bonfire in the evening of 11 January, i.e. New Year's Eve (in Scotland, Hogmanay) by the Julian Calendar. One of these casks is joined together again by a huge nail (Latin clavis; hence the term, it may also be from Scottish Gaelic cliabh, a basket used for holding combustibles). It is then filled with tar, lighted and carried flaming round the village and finally up to a headland upon which stands the ruins of an altar, locally called the Doorie. It here forms the nucleus of the bonfire, which is built up of split casks. When the burning tar-barrel falls in pieces, the people scramble to get a lighted piece with which to kindle the New Year's fire on their cottage hearth. The charcoal of the clavie is collected and put in pieces up the cottage chimneys, to keep spirits and witches

@l.p.m_photography

"The Burning Of The Clavie" Burning the clavie is an ancient Scottish custom still observed at Burghead, a fishing village on the Moray Firth. The clavie is a collection of casks split in two, lit as a bonfire in the evening of 11 January, i.e. New Year's Eve (in Scotland, Hogmanay) by the Julian Calendar. One of these casks is joined together again by a huge nail (Latin clavis; hence the term, it may also be from Scottish Gaelic cliabh, a basket used for holding combustibles). It is then filled with tar, lighted and carried flaming round the village and finally up to a headland upon which stands the ruins of an altar, locally called the Doorie. It here forms the nucleus of the bonfire, which is built up of split casks. When the burning tar-barrel falls in pieces, the people scramble to get a lighted piece with which to kindle the New Year's fire on their cottage hearth. The charcoal of the clavie is collected and put in pieces up the cottage chimneys, to keep spirits and witches

@l.p.m_photography

"The Burning Of The Clavie" Burning the clavie is an ancient Scottish custom still observed at Burghead, a fishing village on the Moray Firth. The clavie is a collection of casks split in two, lit as a bonfire in the evening of 11 January, i.e. New Year's Eve (in Scotland, Hogmanay) by the Julian Calendar. One of these casks is joined together again by a huge nail (Latin clavis; hence the term, it may also be from Scottish Gaelic cliabh, a basket used for holding combustibles). It is then filled with tar, lighted and carried flaming round the village and finally up to a headland upon which stands the ruins of an altar, locally called the Doorie. It here forms the nucleus of the bonfire, which is built up of split casks. When the burning tar-barrel falls in pieces, the people scramble to get a lighted piece with which to kindle the New Year's fire on their cottage hearth. The charcoal of the clavie is collected and put in pieces up the cottage chimneys, to keep spirits and witches

@l.p.m_photography

"The Burning Of The Clavie" Burning the clavie is an ancient Scottish custom still observed at Burghead, a fishing village on the Moray Firth. The clavie is a collection of casks split in two, lit as a bonfire in the evening of 11 January, i.e. New Year's Eve (in Scotland, Hogmanay) by the Julian Calendar. One of these casks is joined together again by a huge nail (Latin clavis; hence the term, it may also be from Scottish Gaelic cliabh, a basket used for holding combustibles). It is then filled with tar, lighted and carried flaming round the village and finally up to a headland upon which stands the ruins of an altar, locally called the Doorie. It here forms the nucleus of the bonfire, which is built up of split casks. When the burning tar-barrel falls in pieces, the people scramble to get a lighted piece with which to kindle the New Year's fire on their cottage hearth. The charcoal of the clavie is collected and put in pieces up the cottage chimneys, to keep spirits and witches

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