Dryburgh Abbey 🌈
The ruins of Dryburgh Abbey are a photographers dream. Throw in a kilt and a Rainbow and hey-presto! The rose window high in the wall would have contained stained glass throwing light and colour similar to the Rainbow into the buildings below.
Built in 1150AD and only a few miles from the English border, the Abbey was attacked and burned repeatedly by invading English armies from 1322AD. A sustained attack in 1544AD was the final blow from which the Abbey never recovered.
It’s an amazing place to walk around for a few hours and has a real spiritual feel even today.
PUFFIN! 😍 Myself and @emmaayrton are a little bit obsessed with puffins and after a few failed trips out to Bullers of Buchan, we headed south to Fowlsheugh and we spotted at least 20 puffins in various spots along the cliffs.