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Tuesday, 27 August 2013

CRM's bike ride: some photos from along the way

Someone fishing, their boat and the Cromarty Firth
The Black Isle is in the distance

Here are a small selection of photos taken during Carole's 270 mile Charity Bike Ride from John O'Groats to Kinnesswood. 

In the top photo (near Balintore) it appears at first sight that the person fishing is completely alone. However, this is not actually the case. You will notice a black smudge in the firth just above the tree on the right hand site. This is a seal just one of a shoal of seals that were clearly visible just off the coast.

Wooden railway viaduct@Moy – carries Perth to Inverness line

 Moy Viaduct detail

Southbound train passing over viaduct

Carrbridge: the old packhorse bridge built in 1717

 Dalwhinnie Distillery – one of the classic malts 

Distillery from the north 

Footbridge@Dunkeld Station

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