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Black Spout Waterfall, Pitlochry

Today, I was in central Scotland and took the opportunity to visit the Black Spout Waterfall at Pitlochry.

Weather conditions were ideal being a combination of blue skies, sunshine, negligible wind and temperature a little above freezing. However, much colder and harsher weather is on it’s way.

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Common Seal at Loch Dunvegan, Isle of Skye

This evening, I am focusing on one of the best seal watching trips in Scotland, namely the regular boat trips operated from the grounds of Dunvegan Castle on Isle of Skye during the summer season.

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Knoydart Mountains

This evening, I am posting information on Knoydart, a mountainous peninsula which lies to the S.E.of Isle of Skye, between lochs Nevis and Hourn.

For those interested in etymology the name is ultimately derived from Old Norse and means Cnut’s Fjord. The Vikings controlled vast tracts of the West of Scotland for about four hundred years.

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