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Tarbert Parish Church, An Tairbeart (Tarbert), Scotland285 viewsSnapped this while walking from our B&B (MacDonald's) to downtown Tarbert.
May 03, 2013
Criffel Hill, Dumfries, Scotland536 viewsTaken through the window of John Colvin's auto whilst driving down (I believe) the A710.May 02, 2010
Devorgilla Bridge (over the River Nith); Dumfries, Scotland316 viewsDating from the 15th century, it is the oldest surviving multiple-arched bridge in Scotland, and named after Devorgilla de Balliol who founded Sweetheart Abbey. For more information about Devorgilla see: 02, 2010
Carraig Fhada Lighthouse348 viewsNear Kilnaughton (Cill Neachtain) Bay. This was a short walk from the B&B (Samhchair: pronounced "Sahcurr" and meaning tranquility) that we stayed in at the beginning and end of our trip.May 02, 2010
Round Church, Bowmore, Islay, Scotland529 viewsTaken from one of the side streets. During the 2010 Feis Ile trip I was able to take a shot, that I liked, from near the water and looking back up the hill toward the church.May 02, 2010
Laphroaig distillery from just outside the "peat fire"350 viewsA rather dreich (dreary) day. We were touring the distillery and I stepped outside for a moment.
This information is from Wiki: "The meaning of the toponym is unknown but a commonly suggested derivation implies the elements "lag" (Gaelic: hollow), "breid" (Norse: broad) and "vik" (Norse: bay), implying an original Gaelic form something like "Lag Bhròdhaig" (the hollow of Broadbay). The name may be related to a placename on the east coast of Islay, "Pròaig", again suggested as meaning "broad bay"."

May 02, 2010
Green at Port Ellen, Islay Scotland507 viewsA beautiful day, a beautiful site. We had lunch here one day; fish and chips from the "Nippy Chippy". Brilliant !!!May 02, 2010
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