Scott's View. The River Tweed at Bemersyde as seen from Scott's View.
A view of the Clopton Bridge near Bancroft gardens, Stratford-Upon-Avon
|Title||Brown trout fishing on Lochindorb. Lochindorb; a desolate, juniper-shored loch which abounds in wild trout and its island was once inhabited by the notorious Wolf of Badenoch who razed Elgin cathedral.|
|Photo's author||Des Colhoun User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||6 May 2004 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 480|
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Brown trout fishing on Lochindorb. Lochindorb; a desolate, juniper-shored loch which abounds in wild trout and its island was once inhabited by the notorious Wolf of Badenoch who razed Elgin cathedral…
Casting for "Brownies" on Lochindorb. The castle ruins of the former resident, The Wolf of Baddenoch can be seen in the distance. Lochindorb abounds in small spirited brown trout and has the appeal th…
Old boathouse on western shore of Lochindorb. Now inhabited by swallows and only the occasional boat.
Drifting to the boathouse on the western shore of Lochindorb.
Fruitful last day of the 2006 trout season on Lochindorb. A bright spell between showers on the loch. Craig Tiribeg can be seen in the background to the right.
Rainshowers over Lochindorb. This area of woodland is found on the western shore of Lochindorb and the shower which is now starting, held sway for the following three hours!
Lochindorb: the jetty at Lochindorb Lodge
Lochindorb Lochindorb Lodge stands on the wooded promontory
A strong westerly howls over Lochindorb