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  • Scotland, a land blessed with many beautiful sights.
  • sootyandjim
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    Kind of makes you wonder what clicks in a person's head though when stunning highland vistas fail to catch the eye but these do.

    Horses for courses I guess.

    samuri
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    I bet there's a magazine somewhere too.

    grumm
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    Hmm, whatever floats your boat I suppose. Seems odd that he's gone to all that trouble yet doesn't even know what they are for – is it a pisstake?

    coffeeking
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    This seems like a good time to post one of my most recent images:

    Because I dont like yellow boxes or man made stuff much.

    uplink
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    Scotland, a land blessed with many beautiful sights

    Indeed it is

    http://img3.photographersdirect.com/img/11903/wm/pd1887509.jpg

    grumm
    Member

    Very nice pic!

    Here's my best scotland pic

    🙂

    coffeeking
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    Very nice grumm!

    Premier Icon doug_basqueMTB.com
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    Not as nice as the two above. Take on Harris and Lewis last Christmas. The second one is the view from breakfast in inthe B&B we stayed!

    i think that site had a wee bit of piss take in it… i thought it was quite amusing!!

    his toilet site is also worty a look.

    Premier Icon feenster
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    Sandwood Bay

    Premier Icon BigJohn
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    I thought they put those boxes halfway up a hill to help cyclists grit their teeth to get to the top.

    Premier Icon cuckoo
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    Each to their own i suppose.

    What annoys me more is people that go to a beauty spot, such as Sandwood Bay, then leave litter all over the place.

    After taking the scenic route in to the bay along the pathless cliff tops it was saddening to discover 5 plastic bin liners full of litter, much of which was blowing around the place.

    uponthedowns
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    Nice pic coffeking. Try cropping a quarter off the bottom as the water in the foreground before the rock isn't adding anything to the composition.

    Premier Icon Kit
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    Seasonal Scottish photo:

    Clicky for big 'un

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