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  • Photograph of Threave Castle, near Castle Douglas

    This former home of the 'Black Douglas' clan is seven hundred years old. It lies on an extraordinary island on the River Dee, near Castle Douglas. Accessible only by boat, it ranks as one of the most charismatic ruined castles in southern Scotland.

  • Photograph of Braemar, Deeside

    The classic view of Braemar is from the wonderful vantage point atop Craig Connich. This steep hill rises immediately above the east side of the town and offers panoramic views up and down Deeside. On a summer morning like this, it was magical.....

  • Photograph of Commando Memorial and Ben Nevis

    There are few more emotive locations in Scotland than this extraordinarily moving spot above Spean Bridge. The thinking and placement behind the erection of such a stunning memorial is, simply, perfection.



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