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Pictures of Scotland
Set 7
Courtesy of Scottish Panoramic
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Winter sunset over Loch Lomond, near the village of Balmaha in the clan lands of Clan Buchanan. Looking over the Loch to the land of Clan Colquhoun.
Winter sunset over Loch Lomond, near the village of Balmaha.

Storm brewing over Loch Linnhe, looking towards the lands of the Macleans of Ardgour.
Storm brewing over Loch Linnhe, looking towards the lands of the Macleans of Ardgour.

Glen Goyne Distillery with Dumgoyne behind. This part of Stilingshire had links to Clan Buchanan, Clan Graham & Clan Mackinlay.
Glen Goyne Distillery with Dumgoyne behind.

Winter twilight near Bridge of Orchy.Looking at three Munros (mountains over three thousand feet), Stob Coir' An  Albannaich, Stob Ghabhar, ClachLeathad. Lands with connections to Clan Campbell, Clan Henderson & Clan MacIntyre.
Winter twilight near Bridge of Orchy.

Loch Lomond, late summer, looking north. The east bank lands of Clan Buchanan. The west bank lands of Clan Colquhoun & further north lands of
Loch Lomond, late summer, looking north.

Wheatfield near village of Kippen in Stirlingshire. Has links
Wheatfield near village of Kippen in Stirlingshire.

Campsie Hills with villages of Strathblane & Blanefield.Links with Clan Graham, Clan MacKinlay & the Edmonstone family.
Campsie Hills with villages of Strathblane & Blanefield.

Harvest time, near Allander Toll in Dunbartonshire. Lands with links to Clan Graham & Clan Lennox.
Harvest time, near Allander Toll in Dunbartonshire.

The Ochil Hills near the village of Menstrie in Clackmannanshire. Connections with the Bruces & the Erskines.
The Ochil Hills near the village of Menstrie in Clackmannanshire.

Carron Valley in Stirlingshire. Near the site of the Castle of John de Graham, a brave colleague of William Wallace, who was killed at the Battle of Falkirk in 1298.
Carron Valley in Stirlingshire. Near the site of the Castle of John de Graham.

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