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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.
Pass of Leny by Anie qwe9714jhp 
 Scottish Trossachs Pass Leny River reeds water Ben Vane dyke view taken in late summer near Anie from the A84 Kilmahog to Lochearnhead Killin road adjacent to the slopes of Ben Ledi, at 879metres/2884ft, a mountain classified as a Corbett, this stretch is the River Leny or Gargh Usige, or rough water as it is sometimes called, exits Loch Lubnaig in this marshy section before entering the Pass of Leny with its famous Falls and heading eastwards towards the sea through Callander, joining the River Teith and flowing into the Firth of Forth. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Trossachs, Ben, Ledi, Vane, Loch, Lubnaig, forest, walk, summer, landscape, trees, sunshine, hillside, Pass, Leny, Kilmahog, Callander, A84, road, river, marsh, reeds, Gargh, Usige, rough, water, rosebay, willowherb, purple, flowers
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Pass of Leny by Anie qwe9714jhp
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Scottish Trossachs Pass Leny River reeds water Ben Vane dyke

view taken in late summer near Anie from the A84 Kilmahog to Lochearnhead Killin road adjacent to the slopes of Ben Ledi, at 879metres/2884ft, a mountain classified as a Corbett, this stretch is the River Leny or Gargh Usige, or rough water as it is sometimes called, exits Loch Lubnaig in this marshy section before entering the Pass of Leny with its famous Falls and heading eastwards towards the sea through Callander, joining the River Teith and flowing into the Firth of Forth.
Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Trossachs, Ben, Ledi, Vane, Loch, Lubnaig, forest, walk, summer, landscape, trees, sunshine, hillside, Pass, Leny, Kilmahog, Callander, A84, road, river, marsh, reeds, Gargh, Usige, rough, water, rosebay, willowherb, purple, flowers
 


 

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