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Scotland - Knapdale & Argyll

One of our regular haunts based on the very flat valley of the river Add, discharging at Crinan and bounded on the south side by the Crinan canal (for that see canals gallery). Excellent cycling country and most of the images in this gallery uptil 2012 taken on cycle rides. Also do visit delightful museum and cafe at Kilmartin, the valiant ruins of the cleared village of Arichonan, cafe at Tayvallich and chapel at Keills.

gallery in process of revision again following 2013 visit. All images of Poltallock estate now in 'Road to the Isles gallery' http://www.pbase.com/crisscross/roadtoisles
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the lower falls
the lower falls
Jura from Rubha na Cille
Jura from Rubha na Cille
Scarba from Rubha na Cille
Scarba from Rubha na Cille
suspicious deer
suspicious deer
approaching the sound of Jura from Tayvallich
approaching the sound of Jura from Tayvallich
anyone for Jura today?
anyone for Jura today?
the 'new' jetty at Keillmore
the 'new' jetty at Keillmore
the old jetty at Keillmore
the old jetty at Keillmore
the old jetty at Keillmore
the old jetty at Keillmore
Jura from Keillmore
Jura from Keillmore
Jura from further down Keillmore peninsula
Jura from further down Keillmore peninsula
less balmy view of Jura from Keillmore
less balmy view of Jura from Keillmore
Keills Chapel
Keills Chapel
part of Celtic cross collection in Keills Chapel
part of Celtic cross collection in Keills Chapel
the large cross believed to be C7th
the large cross believed to be C7th
anticipating the woolmark by a few hundred years
anticipating the woolmark by a few hundred years
deer here too
deer here too
don't get engraving like this from a computer operated cutter
don't get engraving like this from a computer operated cutter
The Devil favouring swords over ploughshares as always
The Devil favouring swords over ploughshares as always
Loch Sween from Arichonan low road
Loch Sween from Arichonan low road
Loch Sween from near Arichonan
Loch Sween from near Arichonan
Arichonan - barn with Loch Sween beyond
Arichonan - barn with Loch Sween beyond
Arichonan - barn door 1833
Arichonan - barn door 1833
Arichonan - the 'new' house
Arichonan - the 'new' house
Arichonan - part of the 'new' house
Arichonan - part of the 'new' house
Arichonan - the folds
Arichonan - the folds
Arichonan the lower and older village
Arichonan the lower and older village
Arichonan
Arichonan
Arichonan - a 'great hall'?
Arichonan - a 'great hall'?
Goodbye Arichonan
Goodbye Arichonan
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