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Dog Buggy outside Supermarket

The past 24 hours has witnessed a reversion to wintry conditions with serious snow forecast for southern Scotland and northern England.

The overnight snow coupled with sunshine provided a good backdrop to my walk around south Glasgow this morning the results of which can be seen in the portfolio of images featuring in this post.

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Stained glass at Giffnock Synagogue.

This morning, I collected a tour group of six persons from the M/S Caribbean Princess at Greenock, Scotland and embarked a day trip covering the following sites:

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This morning, we departed our lodgings in Oban and drove south for about 45 minutes to our first stop at Kilmartin Glen, an important prehistoric linear cemetery dating from around 3500 BC to 1500 BC. Due to time constraints we restricted our visit to two sites: Temple Wood Stone Circles and Dunchraigaig Cairn. At the former our arrival coincided with a tour group performing a private ceremony in context of a tour of sacred sites.

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