This is a picture of the sculpture of William Wallace which is on Wallace's monument located in Stirlingshire.
Completed in 1869 after eight years' construction, the 220 feet high Wallace Monument sits on the Abbey Craig two miles north of the city of Stirling itself. It is believed that it was from this hill top that, in 1297, William Wallace watched the English army approach across Stirling Bridge (which also lends its name to the battle itself). The monument is certainly high and a steep climb in places, but is worth it to see the view from the top on a clear day.
This photograph is from a collection which shows the variety of scottish castles and country houses or the national monuments and churches that help make the country of scotland. From pictures of scottish castles to images of industrial landscapes. Whatever you are looking for in terms of pictures images or photographs of scotland then hopefully you will find it here