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Highlands (Scotland) by Escurço Negre, via Flickr

Highlands (Scotland) by Escurço Negre, via Flickr

Kirkton of Bourtie: Oldmeldrum, Scotland.  Photograph by Douglas McMann

Kirkton of Bourtie: Oldmeldrum, Scotland. Photograph by Douglas McMann

The Spectacular Road to Kinloch Hourn

The Spectacular Road to Kinloch Hourn

Scotland, road that crosses the Isle of Skye from Uig to Brogaig

Scotland, road that crosses the Isle of Skye from Uig to Brogaig

https://flic.kr/p/REcLv6 | Loch Leven | A beautiful crisp morning for my weekly sunday walk around Loch Leven. Its amazing to think that the same location can be changeable with the weather conditions. I cannot imagine life without a small camera that fits into my pocket, it means I can enjoy a walk and if I see something I can pull out my wee camera and grab a pic. Thanks for looking and hope everyone is enjoying the day of rest.  Jamie

https://flic.kr/p/REcLv6 | Loch Leven | A beautiful crisp morning for my weekly sunday walk around Loch Leven. Its amazing to think that the same location can be changeable with the weather conditions. I cannot imagine life without a small camera that fits into my pocket, it means I can enjoy a walk and if I see something I can pull out my wee camera and grab a pic. Thanks for looking and hope everyone is enjoying the day of rest. Jamie

https://flic.kr/p/N27Ktc | Day 4: Evening is coming to Luibelt | The West Highland Way (Scottish Gaelic: Slighe na Gàidhealtachd an Iar) is a linear long distance footpath in Scotland, with the official status of Long Distance Route. It is 154.5 km long, running from Milngavie north of Glasgow to Fort William in the Scottish Highlands, with an element of hill walking in the route. It is managed by the West Highland Way Management Group (WHWMG) consisting of West Dunbartonshire Council…

https://flic.kr/p/N27Ktc | Day 4: Evening is coming to Luibelt | The West Highland Way (Scottish Gaelic: Slighe na Gàidhealtachd an Iar) is a linear long distance footpath in Scotland, with the official status of Long Distance Route. It is 154.5 km long, running from Milngavie north of Glasgow to Fort William in the Scottish Highlands, with an element of hill walking in the route. It is managed by the West Highland Way Management Group (WHWMG) consisting of West Dunbartonshire Council…

Isle of Skye, Scotland by Rudlin, via Flickr

Isle of Skye, Scotland by Rudlin, via Flickr

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