Uk news Online debate erupts over epic Glencoe TikTok as people say it's 'too perfect' PremierLeague-News.Com
PremierLeague-News.Com - The incredible clip features posing stags, synchronised ducks and a breathtaking view of one of Scotland's most iconic mountains.
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A Scots TikTok account has been forced to defend a clip after it went viral – with people claiming it's "too perfect to be real". The Scotland Uncovered page recently posted the video which features breathtaking views of Buachaille Etive Mor, posing stags and even synchronised ducks flying into shot, on the popular social media site. Greig McBride, 30, and girlfriend Heather Lochhead, 27, who are behind the account, stated that the clip, which was taken from the car park of the Kingshouse Hotel in Glenc oe, shows "Scotland is heaven on earth". However, they were soon shocked to discover that people thought they had faked the whole thing. The breathtaking clip has been described as being like something from a "Disney movie". (Image: Scotland Uncovered) This week's top Scotland Now stories Seaside hotspots on map of 'ghost towns' Glasgow 'best UK night out' for tourists 30 Scottish dad sayings you'll remember Clip shows playful dolphins chasing boat Many comments began to question if the clip was real, with one suggesting the film had been "played about with somewhat". "We knew the clip was special," explained Greig. "But we definitely didn’t expect the response it has received. "We thought it was pretty funny that people thought it might not be real, but we can also see why, as the video is so picturesque. "Some people have even commented that it’s like a real-life Bob Ross painting." The TikTok has since had over a million views and been shared across social media with people debating over its authenticity. Greig McBride and girlfriend Heather Lochhead run the Scotland Uncovered page. (Image: Scotland Uncovered) The pair then posted a second longer clip showing more of the beautiful scene, with deers swimming across the pool of water, in a bid to help prove it hadn't been enhanced or added to. But people continued to question if the video is 100% genuine.
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. "Some people have said it’s like something straight out of a Disney movie."
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Greig added: "We take it more as a compliment as to just how perfect the Scottish scenery really is. "We didn’t get voted the most beautiful country on earth for nothing." Though some people wanted to question it, plenty more simply loved the clip. One fan of the page joked: "There is something seriously wrong with this video. If you look closely you will see I am not there." While another added: "People who haven’t been to Scotland are unfortunate enough to not realise this is actually real." The outdoors-loving couple has been running Scotland Uncovered for just under a year now and use it to share videos of incredible Scottish landscapes, landmarks and things to do across Scotland. Other than Glencoe, Heather said the Isle of Harris in the Outer Hebrides has to be one of their favourite places to go in Scotland. She stated: "The incredible beaches and dramatic landscapes could fool you into thinking you’re not even in Scotland anymore."
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