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Pictures of Scotland taken by Alastair McIntyre

Left: Pitlochry, Perthshire on the A9 road from Perth to Inverness
Right: On the outskirts of Pitlochry looking south

Left: Queen's View on the road out of Pitlochry heading towards Kinloch Rannoch
Right: The Cairns at the Battle of Culloden site outside Inverness

Left: A view on the way to Spean Bridge turning off the A9
Right: Glencoe Village

Left: A scene from Glencoe looking into Glen Etive
Right: At the Highland Village in Newtonmore on the A9

Left: A scene taking a back road past Schiehallion down to Kinloch Rannoch
Right: the Cronagh on Loch Tay, Aberfeldy, showing how people lived BC

Left: Lovely wee picnic spot in Glen Sma on the way to Crieff
Right: River scene on the way to Balmoral

Left: Road from Balmoral to Tomintoul
Right: Scene from the Inn at the entrance to Glenshee

Left: View of the lands of Clan MacThomas on the road to Glenshee
Right: Looking over the valley from the Clan MacPherson cairn near Newtonmore

Left: View of St. Monance, East Neuk of Fife, from up on the hill
Right: Going North towards the Great Glen and over the Caledonian Canal

Left: Taken from a View Point on the way to Skye
Right: Another view of the road towards Skye heading towards the Great Glen

Left: Eilean Donan Castle on the way to the Skye Bridge at the Kyle of Lochalsh
Right: Sunset at Uig on Skye

Left: Ferry on the way out of Uig on the way to the Isle of Mull
Right: Uig Harbour on Skye

Left: Dunvegan Castle on the Isle of Skye
Right: A stormy scene on the way out of Portree on the way to the Skye Bridge

Left: The Skye Bridge
Right: Eilean Donan Castle

Left: On the Caledonian Canal
Right: Glencoe

Left: at the entrance to Glen Lyon, the Longest, loneliness, loveliest glen in Scotland
Right: Over the hill from Loch Tay

Left: A scene from a back road between Loch Rannoch and Loch Tay
Right: A burn on the road down to Glen Lyon

Left: A remote graveyard in Glen Lyon
Right: Stirling Castle

Left: The Wallace Monument at Stirling
Right: A burn in full flood on the way to Rannoch Station

Left: a scene from the road from Pitlochry through Glen Foss
Right: Schiehallion taken from the Kinloch Rannoch road to Pitlochry

Left: St. Monance Castle in the East Neuk of Fife
Right: St. Monance

Left: Village of Crail in the East Neuk of Fife
Right: Harbour scene at Anstruther

Left: Harbour at Pitenweem
Right: Scene across the harbour at Elie

Left: Secne of the main street at Elie
Right: Looking across the golf course at Elie

Left: Butterfly
Right: Flowers

Left: The Bass Rock in the River Forth
Right: Looking over the village toward the Bass Rock

Left: A scene taken from Fort George near Inverness
Right: St. Andrews golf club

Left: St. Andrew's Golf Course
Right: Stormy seas around St. Monance in Fife

Left: St. Monance
Right: Kilconquhar, East Neuk of Fife

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