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  • Photograph of Montrose, Angus

    The arrival of spring colours in the fields adds hugely to photographic opportunities. Here they play a key role in a long distance shot towards the iconic church steeple rising above Montrose town centre.

  • Photograph of Charlestown, Beauly Firth

    The flat water of the Beauly Firth and glorious spring sunshine were the key ingredients here. The village of Charlestown basks in morning light, captured from the end of the Caledonian Canal at Clachnaharry, Inverness.

  • Photograph of Dornoch Bridge, Cromarty Firth

    Ben Wyvis and the spring remnants of a last snowfall over Easter Ross make a lovely backdrop here. Far below, the Dornoch Bridge links the Black Isle to the bustle of oil rig renovation in the Cromarty Firth.



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