Retired from use, both boat and chain succumb to nature’s advances.
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The Bonny Bonny Banks of Loch Lomond after sunset, from Firkin Point.
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Elphin, Assynt in Sutherland. Sula Bheinn (Suilven) on the left and Canasp (Canisp) to the right.
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Salmon jumping at the Falls of Shin.
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The right way to do Scotland’s “Route 66” –
the North Coast 500 – is in a ridiculously overpowered sports car.
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A representation of the conflict between progress and sustainability. It began as a capture of a flare event at Mossmorran petrochemical plant in Fife. The image was pushed through RollWorld.
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The squirrels in the city have no fear.
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The walk up Mill Glen, Tillicoultry, is good exercise and a treat for the senses at every step. And there are a lot of steps.
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A problem at the petrochemical plant creates black clouds in contrast to the wind turbines and hedgerows of Fife.
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