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Holiday Snaps

What a beautiful place Speyside and Moray is. Below are a few snaps I took. The first three were from the steam fair and railway at Boat of Garten. Then there’s a view of the Cairngorms from Dulnain Bridge and two views from the top of Cairngorm at the funicular railway. The next three are 1) Cairngorm 2) Aberlour Distillery Gatehouse and 3) The River Spey at Grantown. The next three are two of Glenfarclas Distillery and a quaint village name. Then there’s Balvennie St. Dufftown, Longmorn Distillery and four photos of and from Loch Morlich. Click on any photo to view.



Just a quick mention for the fact that a mere six months down the line from my switch to WordPress, this blog will today welcome its 30,000th hit. Thanks everyone for looking in.