RMD4P5E3–castle from princes st gardens with scottish thistle in foreground
RF2EAKH1B–Common donkey thistle - close up thistle
RMCECHFH–Onopordum acanthium . Cotton Thistle
RMFF8T8A–MARY, QUEEN OF SCOTS /n(1542-1587). Mary Stuart, Queen of Scotland, 1542-1567. With her husband, Lord Darnley, whom she made Duke of Albany upon their marriage in 1565. Mary holds a thistle, symbol of Scotland. Drawing, 1566.
RMAHNF4E–Scottish Thistle. National emblem of Scotland
RM2HX5G22–The Queen leaving St. David's cathedral wearing a hat trimmed with hydrangea. The brooch is a Scots thistle. August 7, 1955. (Photo by Daily Express).
RMC5Y3G0–The thistle, national emblem of Scotland, worn as a flower buttonhole on lapel of mans suit jacket
RMAT5Y0M–Loch of the Lowes Scottish Borders Scotland
RMGDH9P5–Scot's Thistle (Onopordum acanthium) in field Threave nr Castle Douglas Dumfries & Galloway Scotland
RFWBHYDT–In Scotland a wooden stick called a spurtle is used to stir porridge while it cooks. The end is decorated with a thistle design.
RMRYADRR–The Scots Triumph, or a Peep behind the Curtain, 1768, the Entrance to a Large Building Furnished with Columns, from which Heavy Curtains Are Suspended. In the Distance is the Dome of St. Paul's to Signify that the Scene is in London. A Coach, which is About to Crush a Scotch Thistle in the Road, Occupies the Middle of the Foreground, and Contains John Wilkes and Three of His Supporters. In the Foreground Britannia Lies Mourning, Saying: I Am Griev'D at the Unhappy Fate of My Dear Country, and My Much Beloved Son Wilkes
RF2B1074C–Close up of Scots Thistles ( Onopordum acanthium ) Scotland UK
RM2DHTNDR–Mary, Queen of Scots, Edward Francis Burney, 1760–1848, British, formerly attributed to Richard Westall, 1765–1836, British, undated, Watercolor and pen and black ink on moderately thick, slightly textured, cream wove paper, Sheet: 10 1/8 x 18 3/8 inches (25.7 x 46.7 cm) and Image: 8 3/4 x 17 3/8 inches (22.2 x 44.1 cm), armor, army, battle, beard, cape, caps, castle, chain, cross (motif), crown, doublet, dresses, flags, fort, historical subject, horses (animals), lion, men, mountains, pilaster, plume, portrait, queen (person), sash, shield, swords, tartan, thistle, women
RMDRJ0EX–A prickly Scotsman as a 'Native (Scottish) Thistle'
RMPG244B–Image from page 99 of 'A Scots Thistle. [A novel.]' .
RMER9CTX–The Scots triumph, or a peep behind the curtain. Cartoon shows the entrance to a large building furnished with columns, from which heavy curtains are suspended. In the distance is the dome of St. Paul's to signify that the scene is in London. A coach, whi
RMHG53AD–Thistledown on Spear Thistle (Cirsium vulgare)
RMCECHF4–Onopordum acanthium . Cotton Thistle
RMCWEMKN–Cotton Thistle. Onopordon acanthium.
RFADJRTW–Onopordum acanthium. Cotton Thistle
RM2CAT9JK–Macro shot of woolly downy leaf surface texture of a Scot's Thistle / Onopordum acanthium in bright sunlight. Leaf 'trichomes' protect the plant.