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Wednesday, January 24, 2007

Loch Tay Scotland

The North Bank of Loch Tay, and a wee break in the clouds showing snow on the mountains. Loch Tay, Gaelic Loch Tatha, is a long loch in the central Highlands of Scotland, running southwest to northeast from Killin to Kenmore, and overlooked by Ben Lawers. Its irregular shape is due to displacement of the central part along the Loch Tay geological fault.

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