Tradition/History: Babgpiper

Tradition/History: Babgpiper

This handsome dude (seriously–nothing is hotter than a guy in kilts, boots and a cloak!) is a member of Cu Dubh, Scots Gaelic for Black Dog. The play war pipes & drums, instruments with a good deal of history and tradition behind them.

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5 Responses to Tradition/History: Babgpiper

  1. KarenAnn says:

    Eye candy! …and if I was there to hear it then ear candy!

  2. danudin says:

    Sounds like you Peeked!!!! LoL Shame you have to listen to him squeezing the life out of that funny coloured cat under his arm.

  3. Bagpipes, probably my least favourite musical instrument, although I once heard a guy playing up a hill some distance away in Glencoe in Scotland and that sounded cool. They are not originally a Scottish instrument, there is a record them existing in ancient Turkey 3000 years ago. That style of kilt was designed by an Englishman, and tartan originated in central Europe. Good photo though!

  4. Cathy says:

    I quite like bagpipes, in the right setting at least. Well captured image.

  5. John & Lois says:

    Striking image of the bag pipe musician.

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