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  • Photograph of Shee Water, Glen Beag

    The snow which brought thousands to ski in Glen Shee had partly melted by the time this photographer reached the Spital. The view up to the Cairnwell and the winding course of Shee Water nevertheless created a lovely winter scene.

  • Photograph of Dunnottar Castle at daybreak

    Around Scotland's wild and history-laden coastline, there are few more dramatic spots than Dunnottar Castle. Its silhouette is, arguably, at its "creepiest" just before sunrise, when only a few breaking waves punctuate the stunning silence.

  • Photograph of Lochard, near Aberfoyle

    This beautiful little corner in the Trossachs undoubtedly ranks as one of the most charming in Scotland. Glorious autumn hues and the lochside house are the key features, but the backdrop of Ben Lomond adds a superb finishing touch.



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