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Scotland - God\'s beautiful country - Part 3
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Scotland - God's beautiful country - Part 2


Glenfinnan oh my goodness some crackers there from beano and cybers.


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Scotland - God\'s beautiful country - Part 3



Loch Tulla Scots pine ancient Caledonian forest by Ben.Allison36, on Flickr




Ancient Caledonian Forest by Ben.Allison36, on Flickr
Scotland - God\'s beautiful country - Part 3
Hi ben, a nice mix of browns and greens, this is another photo that could be framed
Scotland - God\'s beautiful country - Part 3
norrie wrote:
Hi ben, a nice mix of browns and greens, this is another photo that could be framed

Thanks mate, as you can see the weather wasn't very good, a cold bleak miserable morning but picked up for about an hour later on.
Scotland - God\'s beautiful country - Part 3
Prefer the honesty of a bleak day rather than the postcardy sh!te they feed to tourists  
Summer happens late November for 18 hours it saves on dissapointed wee Japanese sonsies... They could be from Amerikay but thon north wind makes every cnut look the same.
Scotland - God\'s beautiful country - Part 3
cybers wrote:
Prefer the honesty of a bleak day rather than the postcardy sh!te they feed to tourists
Summer happens late November for 18 hours it saves on dissapointed wee Japanese sonsies... They could be from Amerikay but thon north wind makes every cnut look the same.

I took ma wee folding bike an had a cycle aboot the place ma hauns wur feckin freezin an a flash git wi the open tap sporty motor came fae behind me an flew by me oan yon wee narra road jist as well ah stoaped at  a passin place...Kunt  
Scotland - God\'s beautiful country - Part 3
Erm ...Wiznae me lol I was in Fife after a wee jaunt ower to Glenochil wae a pals piece he had forgotten.
Scotland - God\'s beautiful country - Part 3

Buchel etive by john.mcknight, on Flickr


Flagpoles. by john.mcknight, on Flickr

Snowy top by john.mcknight, on Flickr
Scotland - God\'s beautiful country - Part 3
Hi fastnet that's as close as I will get
The first one looks as if its only a wee hill because of the tree
Cracking shots
Scotland - God\'s beautiful country - Part 3
meanwhile back in Greenock

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Lyle Hill Viewpoint 4[/url] by Dave Trott, on Flickr

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Lyle Hill Viewpoint 7[/url] by Dave Trott, on Flickr

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January 19 2015 - Sunrise[/url] by Dave Trott, on Flickr
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