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Me & Gemma at Glencoe

Me & Gemma at Glencoe

Island fortress, Castle Stalker in Scotland (was featured in comedy film, "Monty Python and the Holy Grail" during final scenes.)

Island fortress, Castle Stalker in Scotland (was featured in comedy film, "Monty Python and the Holy Grail" during final scenes.)

Castle Stalker View Cafe - on the way to Glencoe

Castle Stalker View Cafe - on the way to Glencoe

This stag, who seems to be imitating his ancestor the Monarch of the Glen, was photographed near Glencoe in Scotland by John Pow, 53, from Kirkcaldy

The winners of the Daily Mail's third wildlife photography contest

This stag, who seems to be imitating his ancestor the Monarch of the Glen, was photographed near Glencoe in Scotland by John Pow, 53, from Kirkcaldy

Jubilee Bridge:  A lovely short walk over the historic 19th century jubilee bridge crossing salt marsh and affording fine views of Castle Stalker, Appin.

Jubilee Bridge: A lovely short walk over the historic 19th century jubilee bridge crossing salt marsh and affording fine views of Castle Stalker, Appin.

Perfect powdery conditions at Glencoe right now. I need to be there....I need to board.... i want it Soooo bad :(

Perfect powdery conditions at Glencoe right now. I need to be there....I need to board.... i want it Soooo bad :(

Port Appin and Clach Thoull:  A lovely short coastal walk along a promontory at Port Appin. Good views are afforded of Loch Linnhe, the Lynn of Lorne, the Isle of Lismore and the distant hills of Morvern and Mull.

Port Appin and Clach Thoull: A lovely short coastal walk along a promontory at Port Appin. Good views are afforded of Loch Linnhe, the Lynn of Lorne, the Isle of Lismore and the distant hills of Morvern and Mull.

Castle Stalker is located 25 miles north of Oban on the west coast of Scotland. Built around 1540 by Duncan Stewart of Appin, this much-photographed castle was gifted by him to James IV for use as a hunting lodge. In fact, its Gaelic name Caisteal Stalcair translates literally as 'Castle of the Hunter'.

Castle Stalker is located 25 miles north of Oban on the west coast of Scotland. Built around 1540 by Duncan Stewart of Appin, this much-photographed castle was gifted by him to James IV for use as a hunting lodge. In fact, its Gaelic name Caisteal Stalcair translates literally as 'Castle of the Hunter'.

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