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This street art took Sam Bates, aka Smug, an Australian street artist now living in Glasgow about a week to paint. It depicts Mungo in modern-day clothes. Mungo is Glasgow’s patron saint, born in the 6th century. The story goes that when he was young, some boys from his village started throwing stones at robins that were pecking on the ground for scraps.
“One bird was hit and fell to the ground. The boys ran away. Mungo ran, too, but he ran to the fallen bird. Picking it up he smoothed and caressed its feathers and prayed over it. After a little while it revived and flew away. Perhaps it was only stunned. The villagers called it a miracle and so it was that a small boy should want to help a fallen bird in trouble.” Quoted from The Beloved St. Mungo (1989).

Tartan Shuffle 2017

Well it's that time again to go across the pond to one of my favorite places on the planet! Here we come Scotland! #tårtanshuffle #golfscotland #scotlandbeauty #drivingonthewrongside #hateroundabouts

What amazing view along the OLD MILITARY ROAD passing through Glenelg and Arnisdale and ending at Corran!
Che vista strepitosa lungo la OLD MILITARY ROAD che attraversa Glenelg e Arnisdale per poi finire a Corran!
#visitglenelg #oldmilitaryroad #arnisdale #westhighlandsofscotland #lovescotland #visitscotland #thisisscotland #scotspirit #unlimitedscotland #scottishhighlands #benchwithaview #scenicview #scotlandbeauty #scotlandbytheroadside #scotlandontheroad #icu_scotland #igscotland #offthebeatentrack

I keep thinking about today's visit to #inveraraycastle and just being in serious awe! This castle is incredible!!!!!!! The grounds, the exterior, the rooms you can see on the inside. Just wow. Total fan moment too seeing the #downtonabbey filming locations! 💕👑✨

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📍Victoria Street! ❤️💛💚💙💜 #scotland #scotlandbeauty #edinburgh #victoriastreet #colorful #instatravel #travel

This street art took Sam Bates, aka Smug, an Australian street artist now living in Glasgow about a week to paint. It depicts Mungo in modern-day clothes. Mungo is Glasgow’s patron saint, born in the 6th century. The story goes that when he was young, some boys from his village started throwing stones at robins that were pecking on the ground for scraps.
“One bird was hit and fell to the ground. The boys ran away. Mungo ran, too, but he ran to the fallen bird. Picking it up he smoothed and caressed its feathers and prayed over it. After a little while it revived and flew away. Perhaps it was only stunned. The villagers called it a miracle and so it was that a small boy should want to help a fallen bird in trouble.” Quoted from The Beloved St. Mungo (1989).

Schottland 2003

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