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Photographer's Note

Being totally fed up with the mild, dark, wet and miserable days at home, yesterday I could stand it no longer and so set off in my car with my camera in search of somewhere new. I had not visited the Trossachs in Scotland for some time but a couple of hours saw me at Aberfoyle and from there I drove along little winding roads to come to this beautiful little haven called Stronachlachar, a little pier at the western end of Loch Katrine.

The sun shone brightly for a few minutes and the sky was blue while mist still clung in parts to the hills.

This is looking eastward along the length of Loch Katrine - you can see the location if you look at Map:view and you can also see the view if you look at this map and drag the little yellow man down to the red cross and pan around. The little wooden bench was obviously not there when the little yellow man visited!

If you're interested, you can see a LARGER VERSION HERE which will hopefully be appearing soon on Google Earth.

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Additional Photos by John Cannon (tyro) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1835 W: 415 N: 6630] (26832)
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