English actor, Stewart Granger (1913–1993). He was a popular leading man from the 1940s to the early 1960s rising to fame through his appearances in the Gainsborough melodramas. Films include: KING SOLOMON'S MINES, MOONFLEET, YOUNG BESS, and THE PRISONER OF ZENDA. (5/6/1913)-(8/16/1993)
Glimerton Cove, Edinburgh -a subterranean complex of passageways and chambers carved out of the sandstone bedrock on which this part of Gilmerton stands. Our tips for things to do in Edinburgh: http://www.europealacarte.co.uk/blog/2011/12/19/edinburgh-tips
"Campbell secured a piece of bone from the skeleton of the Bruce, taken when the King's grave was discovered in Dunfermline Abbey in 1818. The reliquary was to be housed below the effigy of the King. The effigy is the work of Carrick; Carrick probably designed it & may have executed the working model, but Carrick did not carve in wood and the model was passed on to a wood carver, probably a Mr. Hubert Good, for the final execution. The marble face and hands were likely picked up by…
Pictured: Magnificent lion awoken from catnap by his pride and joy's gentle roar
beautiful-wildlife:Father and Son by Martina Neumann Nestled under the magnificent mane of his father, the little lion cub gives a growl so gentle it would fail to startle a passing gazelle. But when he grows up he’ll be able to roar just like daddy. Not that this particular parent looked in the mood for exercising his vocal cords. Or indeed any other part of his mighty frame.