Photo by @JimRichardsonNG  Friday evening in the Fiddichside Inn finds pub owner Joe Brandie treating Craggan to a dog biscuit. Joe’s been pulling pints in this tiny pub for decades, more since he retired from being a fishing guide. His wife Dorothy holds the record. Her parents bought the place when she was six weeks old and Dorothy spent her whole life here. But she’s been gone ten years now. She was a legend and I was honored to photograph her on my first Scotland assignment 25 years ago — feeding a biscuit to dog over the bar.  May it ever be so.  @natgeocreative @natgeotravel #scotland

National Geographic

Photo by @JimRichardsonNG Friday evening in the Fiddichside Inn finds pub owner Joe Brandie treating Craggan to a dog biscuit. Joe’s been pulling pints in this tiny pub for decades, more since he retired from being a fishing guide. His wife Dorothy holds the record. Her parents bought the place when she was six weeks old and Dorothy spent her whole life here. But she’s been gone ten years now. She was a legend and I was honored to photograph her on my first Scotland assignment 25 years ago — feeding a biscuit to dog over the bar. May it ever be so. @natgeocreative @natgeotravel #scotland

normal

364,827

874

No178

RIP you'll be deeply missed!

Lovemuditalife

I love this!

Trond-Eskildo Photography 🇳🇴

So nice 😍👌👌👌

Chuck Davis

Good friend on his way to Scotland next week....how can I forward this to his email or facebook?

Michael A Lawhon

Love the backstory to the shot.

The end of the page