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Where is the grounds Alice,looks familiar ? Help us old Sassanchs out with a few place names please

I know Loch Linnhe, from my holiday in Spean Bridge.
Nom, how silly of me. I've gone back and edited each pic to say where it is!
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If you ever feel like solitude and peace, then this is the place to go. I love it. Blink, and you drive past it. It's on the bank of Loch Awe and is spectacular
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21-02-2015, 05:54 PM
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The Craigellachie and Glen Rothes (in background) distilleries...



This is where the North Sea gas comes ashore



And this is the north most part of the UK Mainland....Orkney in background.

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21-02-2015, 06:00 PM
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Cheers Alice, i have done Loch Lomond, Nessie had a day off, also had a great day at Blair Atholl castle all that fabulous Armour hanging on the walls..

One of my greatest memories of Scotland was driving up Glen Roy in a thunderstorm, wished i was into photography in those days.

Ps my spellchecker throws some wonderful interpretations of Scottish place names.
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21-02-2015, 06:02 PM
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Lovely pics Grumble

Nom, I can imagine what your spellchecker conjures up!
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Autumn in inverary

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21-02-2015, 06:42 PM
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Alice, The VITAL SPARK !! I loved the Para Handy tales. I remember as a kid, the Clyde puffers that sailed from Campbeltown over to N.Ireland to collect lime from the quarries there.
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Yes Grumble. It does bring back memories
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Taken in the isle of Arran, last year. First time I've ever been and I'll be back. We drove around the island and saw all of it. Absolutely beautiful.
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Morvich and Loch Duich



Pennan - a few miles from me and where 'Local Hero' was filmed.



Cruden Bay. Once a thriving resort, this is where Bram Stoker stayed and wrote much of 'Dracula'. He was a frequest guest at the nearby Slains Castle and some think that he used this as inspiration for Dracula's castle. (Yes, I know the story was set in Whitby, but it was written in Cruden Bay)
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