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On 12/11/2019 at 11:10 PM, IBM said:

Where is this?

 

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Haha Staxigoe! Saw the boats had Wick registrations and 1st time lucky guess on Google street view ?

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4 hours ago, TheMantis said:

Haha Staxigoe! Saw the boats had Wick registrations and 1st time lucky guess on Google street view ?

That's it lucky you spotted that :smile:

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On 12/7/2019 at 10:33 PM, IBM said:

I have not got a clue on that one but it looks like weeman does!

Do you know the castle?

 

Sorry, when I said yip I meant yip I know it ?

Eilean Donan. 

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21 hours ago, TheMantis said:

Not too many clues but probably an easy one to guess.

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Mallaig

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Yip Mallaig. This should have been in the 2020 CalMac calendar but I got an email saying that it was removed because of some politics that I don’t understand. Anyway I got £50 of vouchers and a free calendar. 

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1 hour ago, TheMantis said:

Yip Mallaig. This should have been in the 2020 CalMac calendar but I got an email saying that it was removed because of some politics that I don’t understand. Anyway I got £50 of vouchers and a free calendar. 

I never thought of sending them any photos although mine might not have been good enough.  My wife used to ask why I took so many photos of ferries!

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14 hours ago, IBM said:

Where is this?

 

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I think this is Loch Broom looking back to Inverlael but I've no idea where you took it from ?‍♂️

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16 hours ago, IBM said:

My wife used to ask why I took so many photos of ferries!

I've got loads too. Maybe start another thread ?

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7 hours ago, TheMantis said:

I think this is Loch Broom looking back to Inverlael but I've no idea where you took it from ?‍♂️

You are right it was taken from the radio station above Braes and here is the view to the west on the same day.

 

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1 hour ago, IBM said:

You are right it was taken from the radio station above Braes and here is the view to the west on the same day.

 

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That’s the Isle of Lewis coming in. Stayed at the Braes round about 2012 for yet another hillwalking weekend. It was the strangest house as it went on and on up stairs to umpteen different rooms. The wifie came round on the last morning to read the meter so we could settle up ?

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4 hours ago, CaleyD said:

No...taken from a bridge.

Not much of a sunset on the Kessock Bridge tonight but looking at the shape of the hills through the sleet and snow looking west I think that's it. 

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5 minutes ago, CaleyD said:

Wrong Firth...it's looking across Dornoch Firth.

Would never got that one caley D!  I shoudn't have bothered going to the Kessock Bridge then :wink:

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3 minutes ago, TheMantis said:

Yip, definitely out of Sneck.

I have never been there but as weeman said he would have remembered it if he had seen it.  I have seen a picture of it somewhere and remembered it :lol:

4 hours ago, weeman said:

I think I would have remembered that one if I had seen it

 

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