Otters In The Heart Of Edinburgh

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Otters In The Middle Of Edinburgh

During the lockdown of 2020, movement around the country was restricted which severely limited any photographic opportunities. So the appearance of some otters (at least 2)  in Dunsapie loch provided a welcome chance to photograph […]

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Is Dunrobin Castle the Nicest in Scotland?

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Midges In Scotland

Welcome To Scotland. Midges in Scotland can be a real problem.  Visit any country in the world, and as soon as you head for the great outdoors, you can be sure to find wild animals, […]

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Otters In The Middle Of Edinburgh

During the lockdown of 2020, movement around the country was restricted which severely limited any photographic opportunities. So the appearance of some otters (at least 2)  in Dunsapie loch provided a welcome chance to photograph […]

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Ben Venue from the main road

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