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Pictures of Scotland
Set 6
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Lochaber, Fort William, Ben Nevis & the Caledonian Canal. Lands where Clan MacDonald roamed.
Lochaber, Fort William, Ben Nevis & the Caledonian Canal. Lands where Clan MacDonald roamed.

Dunnotter Castle, near Stonehaven. Built by the Keiths one of the most powerful Celtic families.
Dunnotter Castle, near Stonehaven. Built by the Keiths one of the most powerful Celtic families.

Dunnotter Castle, near Stonehaven. Built by the Keiths one of the most powerful Celtic families.
Dunnotter Castle, near Stonehaven. Built by the Keiths one of the most powerful Celtic families.

Loch Ardinning with the campsies and Ben Lomand in the background. Looking over the lands of the Clan Graham.
Loch Ardinning with the campsies and Ben Lomand in the background. The lands of the Clan Graham.

Dunstaffnage Castle near Oban.
Dunstaffnage Castle, near Oban, looking towards Benderloch & the Connel Bridge.

Loch Lomond looking north.The west bank home of Clan Colquhoun & Clan MacFarlane.The east bank the home of Clan Buchanan.
Loch Lomond looking north.

A 180 degree photograph of the Forth Bridges.The Forth Railway Bridge is a World Herritage Site.
A 180 degree photograph of the Forth Bridges.The Forth Railway Bridge is a World Heritage site.

Loch Katrine, with the SS Sir Walter Scott steaming up the loch surrounded by the stunning landscapes that inspired Sir Walter Scott to write "The Lady of the Lake"
Loch Katrine, with the SS Sir Walter Scott steaming up the Loch.

Loch Leven looking towards the Paps of Glencoe.
Paps of Glencoe, looking up Loch Leven.

Glen Etive,looking down Loch Etive towards Glencoe.
Glen Etive, looking over Loch Etive towards Glen Coe.

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