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    The church in Arinagour,the only village on Coll and home to half of the island's population of roughly 180

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    One of the many beautiful white sand beaches on the west coast of Coll

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    The First Port of Coll restaurant,in Arinagour,the only village on Coll and home to half of the island's population of roughly 180

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    Fishing boats in the moored in the small harbour of Arinagour,the only village on Coll and home to half of the island's population of roughly 180,with the Coll Hotel behind

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    The two Breachacha Castles stand at the head of Loch Breachacha. The older castle seen on the right was built in the fifteenth century and once a MacLean clan stronghold. Teh new castle was built around 1750. It was here that Boswell and Dr. Johnson stayed on their tour of the Hebrides when they were forced to take refuge after a storm.

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    Standing stones at Totronald on the island of Coll. they are called Na Sgeulachan in Gaelic which means teller of tales.

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    An Eriskay pony stands beside the memorial to John Lorn Stewart just outside Arinagour

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    The whitewashed cottages of Arinagour,the only village on Coll and home to half of the island's population of roughly 180

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    St Clements Church on the southern tip of Harris is the burial place of the MacLeods of Harris and Dunvegan in Skye. Dating from the 1520s.

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    A thatched Blackhouse or traditional cottage

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    Breachacha Castle,built in the fiteenth century and once a MacLean clan stronghold.

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    Wild flowers cover much of the machair on the island of Coll

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    St Clements Church on the southern tip of Harris is the burial place of the MacLeods of Harris and Dunvegan in Skye. Dating from the 1520s.

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    Sea kayaking around the coast of Coll

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    Sunset on the calm water of Loch Tarbert on the west coast of Jura.

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    Sunset on the calm water of Loch Tarbert on the west coast of Jura.

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    The pink light of sunset on the calm water of Loch Tarbert on the wild west coast of Jura.

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    A knoll covered in heather and wild grasses overlooking Loch Tarbert

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    A boy flies a kite on one of Coll's many beaches

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    A boy flies a kite on one of Coll's many beaches

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    The church at Fortingall where Rob Roy witnessed his brother's marriage.

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    Church in Lauder.

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    The Cuilins from Elgol on the west coast of the Isle of Skye.

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    River Sligachan and the Cuilins,Isle of Skye.

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    Fishing boats rest at anchor on a still evening at Rum Elgol on the west coast of Skye.

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    Kirkandrews Church.

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    Middlebie Church.

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    Burns Statue,Dumfries.

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    Peebles.

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    Tarskavaig and the Cuillins.

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    Fishing boats and church at Northbay

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    Machair at Prince Charles Beach

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    East coast of Harris looking over Minch towards Mull

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    Field Buttercups in front of Widecombe-in-the-Moor Church. This location is reputed to have been the inspiration for Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's famous Sherlock Holmes detective novel Hound of the Baskervilles.

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    Bell heather,Erica cinerea

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    Detail of standing stone & intricate patterns within rock formation at sunset at Callanish. An ancient stone circle dating back to Neolithic times,Callanish is the most dramatic prehistoric site in the Hebrides and is sometimes referred to as the Stonehenge of Scotland

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    Buttercups in front of Widecombe-in-the-Moor Church,Dartmoor

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    Stockinish harbour on the Isle of Harris, Hebrides, Scotland, UK

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    Sunset on Borve beach, Isle of Harris, Hebrides, Scotland, UK

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    Seilebost beach, Isle of Harris, Hebrides, Scotland, UK

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    Sea stacks on Garry beach, Isle of Lewis, Hebrides, Scotland, UK

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    Dhail Mor beach on the Isle of Lewis, Hebrides, Scotland, UK

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    View northwards across the Ba Valley towards the mountains from Knock House

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    The wild unspoilt shore of Loch na Keal on a warm summer's evening

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    Black faced sheep roam free along the shore of Loch na Keal

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    Luing cattle roam free along the shore of Loch na Keal

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    A salmon fisherman fly fishing the Drumlaing Glide on the southern bank of the River Ba on the Benmore Estate Beat.

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    Built in the eighteenth century at the eastern end of Loch na Keal and overlooking the River Ba,Knock House was once owned by Princess Louise,the fourth daughter of Queen Victoria,and her husband the 9th Duke of Argyll. It is now an extremely comfortable sporting lodge attached to Benmore Estate.

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    Memorial in the graveyard near Duart Castle. Inscription reads Alexander Carmichael Esq,Tacksman of Beach Mull,who died 27th May 1859 Aged 49 years. Memorial comprises a stone sculpture of a shrouded urn and a hand holding the inscription.

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    GlenBatrick Lodge overlooks the white sandy shore of Loch Tarbert on the west side of Jura. Backed by the Paps of Jura and beautifully isolated,the lodge is only accessible by boat or a five hour walk.

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    GlenBatrick Lodge overlooks the white sandy shore of Loch Tarbert on the west side of Jura. Beautifully isolated the lodge is only accessible by boat or a five hour walk.

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    GlenBatrick Lodge overlooks the white sandy shore of Loch Tarbert on the west side of Jura. Beautifully isolated the lodge is only accessible by boat or a five hour walk.

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    Suilven and tree on Loch Culag.

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    Jedburgh Abbey.

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    Callanish Standing Stones.

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    Loch na Cleavag

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    The Cullins from Sligachan.

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    The Cullins and River Sligachan.

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    Nisabost and Taransay.

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    Luskentyre with Taransay in the distance.

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    Luskentyre and the Forest of Harris.

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    Luskentyre and the Forest of Harris.

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    Sunrise at Traigh Mhor.

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    Sunrise at Traigh Mhor.

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    Callanish Standing Stones.

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    Callanish Standing Stones.

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    Callanish Standing Stones.

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    Sunset at Rubha Ardvule.

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    Loch na Cleavag.

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    Sweetheart Abbey.

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    Sand and rocks on the Western Shore.

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    Lichen in a rock pool at Amhuinnsuidhe.

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    Loch Crabhadail from Huisebal Beag.

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    Camasunary and the Cuillins

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    Sunrise over the Atlantic Ocean at Traigh Mhor,North Lewis,Isle of Lewis.

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    The ancient symbol of Scotland,a thistle in bloom.

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    Fresh Scallops

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    Sunset over the central circle of standing stones at Callanish. An ancient stone circle dating back to Neolithic times,Callanish is the most dramatic prehistoric site in the Hebrides and is sometimes referred to as the Stonehenge of Scotland

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    Sunset over the western-facing line of standing stones at Callanish. An ancient stone circle dating back to Neolithic times,Callanish is the most dramatic prehistoric site in the Hebrides and is sometimes referred to as the Stonehenge of Scotland

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    Fishing boat overlooking the Sound of Eriskay from South Uist.

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    Sound of Eriskay from South Uist

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    Causeway from South Uist to Eriskay

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    Hills of Barra from Greian Head

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    Fishing boats at Earsay

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    Scolpaig Tower,a castellated folly,erected as part of a famine relief project in the nineteenth century

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    Detail of pine needles and fir cones on a pine tree in the garden at Amhuinnsuidhe Castle

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    Lobster pots lined up on the small harbour wall at Amhuinnsuidhe

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    Dun Carloway is one of the best preserved examples of a broch or fortified tower in Scotland. Dating back to around 100BC,the broch consists of two concentric drystone walls,the inner one rising perpendicular and the outer one slanting inwards. It is thought that the brochs were built to provide protection against Roman slave traders.

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    Derelict croft

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    Scolpaig Tower,a castellated folly on Loch Scolpaig,was erected in the nineteenth century as part of a famine relief programme.

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