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7 November 2014

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Last week, during my foray off Lewis, I had occasion to visit the Isle of Bute. Was a bit unfortunate with the weather, in that it rained during the first 3 hours, but had some decent sunshine later on.


Standing Stones at Kingarth



Approaching the southern end of Bute



View of Glen Rosa, Arran



Choppy waters in the Kilbrannan Sound



Rothesay

The Serpentine, Rothesay
Posted on Arnish Lighthouse at 16:42

Comments

is the middle "standing" stone actually "standing" or is it more like leaning on that bar?

drifter from route 66


Are you sure that the picture of Glen Rosa isn't Glen Sannox, with the jagged peaks of Caisteal Abhail on the right, Cir Mhor behind them and Goat Fell on the left?

malkie from Glasgow


Malkie, I may well be wrong, I'm not very familiar with Arran's geography. Thanks for putting me straight.

Arnish Lighthouse from Stornoway


Thanks for sharing these lovely pics. I've lived in Scotland for just over three years now and am REALLY wanting to visit some of these places.

Amanda from Aberdeen City




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