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Rock's, Cormorants & a Pip

Another view from the Kintyre Coast this time with a small number of the resident Cormorant population in a pip. appreciate a large view please.

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To The Sea, HFF

Loch Erisort, Isle of Lewis at the point it flows into The Minch, This eight mile long narrow sea inlet gets it's name from the Old Norse "Eiriksfjoror" = Eric's Fjord, Really appreciate a large view please.

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Down the Track, HFF

An autumnal view through the gateway down to the Firth of Lorne and the Isle of Lismore, The Isle of Mull is on the left shrouded in low cloud, Large view recommended

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Going Down, HFF

On the western side of the Isle of Harris is Abhainn Mhor a short water course with a large drop in altitude as it tumbles down to Loch Leosavay, Large please for detail. HFF and a good weekend to everyone.

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"The Castle of Aaaaarrrrrrggghhh".

Shot into the light over Loch Laich and Castle Stalker as the sun reflects from the distant Loch Linnhe and almost hides the cloud covered Morvern peninsula, This is the castle that features in the final scenes of the Monty Python and the Holy Grail film. Please view large

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Sunshine After The Rain, HFF

The sun reappears after the storm has passed, Loch Tarff, Highland, Scotland, Large Please For the Sight and Sound Group, Elkie Brooks, www.youtube.com/watch?v=MQdgHXCzFSk

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Path to Bosta Beach, HFF.

The path that leads down to the beach and the wave bell on Loch Roag , Great Bernera, Outer Hebrides, Please View Large Beach view in a link back to a previous post, Bosta Beach and Bay

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Chimneys, Fence & pip,

Vicar's Close in Wells, Somerset, is claimed to be the oldest purely residential street with original buildings surviving intact in Europe. These houses were built in the 14th and early 15th centuries and the close owes its origins to a grant of land and buildings by Walter de Hulle, a canon of Wells Cathedral, (Wikipedia) Whilst taking these images I listened to beautiful music played on a violin emitting from an open window originating from what I assume was the adjacent music school, As a point of intere…

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Outward Bound

It's late September as the afternoon mist settles over the water and a lone yacht passes the Davaar Island Lighthouse leaving Cambeltown Loch behind as it prepares to enter the Kilbrannan Sound Large may be better for detail
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