Some free wallpapers of Edinburgh and elsewhere in Scotland for you to download. All are supplied in high resolution (1920×1080) for you to enjoy! Please don’t edit these images without asking for permission. Hope you enjoy these images, feel free to direct others to this page if you think they’d like the wallpapers! These wallpapers are for personal use only!
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Wallpapers from the spectacular city of Edinburgh, Scotland. Hope you like them!
Edinburgh Castle from Princes Street Gardens (West Gardens) in the setting sun. I love how the light was at the time!
The sun setting behind Calton Hill, this was taken from the Salisbury Crags.
Light trails on the edge of Holyrood Park, with the Palace on the right side, Parliament in the middle and Dynamic Earth on the left.
A long exposure of the city of Edinburgh one evening, showing light trails around the edge of Holyrood park and the city looking particularly golden!
This is the house that used to house the gardener who tended Princes Street Gardens. Also reminds me of a ‘gingerbread house’!
One of Greyfriars Bobby, the famous wee Skye Terrier was said to have spent 14 years at the grave of his owner until his own death. This monument was built in memory of him.
Autumn might be a wee bit blustery and wet but it’s certainly good for bringing out the colours in the trees!
Edinburgh looks fantastic in the winter, the Christmas market makes for great photo opportunities, I love how the light and a long exposure gives shots of the city like this one.
This is one of the classic ‘postcard’ views of Edinburgh, a photo taken from Calton Hill, looking towards Edinburgh Castle with the Dugald Stewart Monument in the foreground.
The Highlands Of Scotland
A few wallpapers for you from the Highlands of Scotland. Hope that you enjoy them!
This one was taken from the top of the Glenfinnan monument looking along the lengths of Loch Shiel. This is a popular area with tourists due to the natural beauty and also due to the Glenfinnan viaduct which was behind me when taking this- this bridge was featured in the Harry Potter series of films.
This is a frequently photographed waterfall on the River Coupall (which runs down into Glen Etive). The mountain behind is the famous and magnificent Buachaille Etive Mor (‘Big Shepherd of Etive’). The weather was a lot worse than it looks when I took this one.
Another famous view! This one is looking up the length of Glencoe (from west to east). A stunning area of the country and very popular with visitors! This one was taken from an old wooden bridge at the end of the Loch- it’s not quite as red as it once was!
Not far from Glencoe village is an incredibly photogenic wood located around a lochan and surrounded by mountains. A wonderful spot for photographs
Kilchurn Castle is a very picturesque ruined 15th and 17th Century castle on a rocky peninsula at the northeastern end of Loch Awe, in Argyll and Bute.
Castle Stalker is a four-story tower house or keep set on a tidal islet on Loch Laich, an inlet off Loch Linnhe. Very photogenic too!
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11 thoughts on “Free Wallpapers!”
These pictures are all so beautiful. Don’t know which one to pick as a wallpaper. Thank you so much for sharing.
Thanks Jane! Glad you like them! Feel free to share with others! 🙂
Thanks for sharing these beautiful photos..
Do you by any chance have photos of Fife,Scotland? My Scottish niece was born in Fife. Thanks
Your photographs keep reminding me of my birth home and give me great pleasure.
Thanks Barrie! No problem! Glad you enjoy the photos!
Thanks so much for the lovely wallpaper photos. My husband and I dream of visiting Scotland and hoping to do so for our 20th anniversary. Your photographs inspire us. Thank you again.
Thank you Stacey! Glad you liked the photos! Congratulations in advance for 20 years and hope you manage to make it to Scotland!
Thank you so much. Some things beautiful are still free! Your gift is awesome.
You’re welcome Mr./Ms. Anonymous! Glad you enjoy the photos!
Thanks for sharing these beautiful photos which I truly enjoyed viewing them.
Do you by any chance have photos of Fife, Scotland?
My Scottish niece was born in Fife, Scotland. Thanks