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Photographs taken in the mid 90's mainly for the AA Publishing & Ordnance Survey Highland and Islands Guide book using transparency film covering the Highlands of Scotland from Inverness, northwards through Easter Ross to Wick and Thurso, along the Northern Coast, down the West Coast, including the Islands of Skye and Mull. Other material included was gathered for other AA Publishing Guides including Shetland, Pitlochry and Tayside. New photographs are now included from 2012 book commission travels in Angus, Perth, Kinross, Trossachs and Tayside.
River View fm Bridge qwe9630jhp 
 Dunkeld River Tay town bridge view Cathedral riverbank fishing Scotland summer is situated on the banks of the River Tay which separates Dunkeld Town per se and Birnam on the far bank. Dunkeld was badly damaged during the Battle of Dunkeld in 1689 was later rebuilt in the 18th Century in a much ‘planned’ style. The location has a chequered and sometime violent history certainly recorded back to Pictish times around 820AD and long association with Christianity since its fledging beginnings in Scotland. Any location by a river lying in the lee of surrounding hills probably attracted habitation even in prehistoric times. It is very busy attractive town for visitors, extremely so during summer weekends, and lies conveniently close to the A9 route between Perth and northwards via Pitlochry into the Highlands. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Perthshire, Strathtay, Dunkeld, River, Tay, town, summer, landscape, riverbank, trees, sunshine, flower, displays, tubs, pavement, bridge, view, southbank, road, A9, Little, Perth.
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Photographer: Jim Henderson
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River View fm Bridge qwe9630jhp
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Dunkeld River Tay town bridge view Cathedral riverbank fishing Scotland

summer is situated on the banks of the River Tay which separates Dunkeld Town per se and Birnam on the far bank. Dunkeld was badly damaged during the Battle of Dunkeld in 1689 was later rebuilt in the 18th Century in a much ‘planned’ style. The location has a chequered and sometime violent history certainly recorded back to Pictish times around 820AD and long association with Christianity since its fledging beginnings in Scotland. Any location by a river lying in the lee of surrounding hills probably attracted habitation even in prehistoric times. It is very busy attractive town for visitors, extremely so during summer weekends, and lies conveniently close to the A9 route between Perth and northwards via Pitlochry into the Highlands.
Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Perthshire, Strathtay, Dunkeld, River, Tay, town, summer, landscape, riverbank, trees, sunshine, flower, displays, tubs, pavement, bridge, view, southbank, road, A9, Little, Perth.
 


 

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