The present Doodle, delineated by Glasgow, Scotland-based visitor craftsman Fran Caballero, observes St. Andrew’s Day, the authority public day of Scotland. The work of art gives proper respect to this yearly occasion with images that delineate key parts of Scottish culture and legacy.
Albeit the presence of a brontosaurus-esque beast in its waters is the stuff of imagination and fables, the Loch (Gaelic for “lake”) Ness in the Scottish Highlands is genuine. The upper left of the Doodle work of art mirrors these sensational profundities and the old legend encompassing them. Coming to more than 800 feet in certain spots, Loch Ness is among the most profound waterways in the United Kingdom!
The lower left portrays a red squirrel, part of Scotland’s most adored untamed life. The public bloom of Scotland for more than 500 years, the thorn, is outlined in the fine art’s middle as a suffering image of St. Andrew and Scottish pride. A middle age palace is portrayed on the extreme right board, displaying conclusive engineering from Celtic history.
Cheerful St. Andrew’s Day!