Gaelic group appoints Beauly woman to key post

Published: Wed 28 Jun 2017

Christie MacLeod

THE future of Gaelic in the Highlands has been further strengthened with the appointment of two new members to Brd na Gidhlig, the lead organisation for the promotion of the language.

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Ross-shire through the Lens

Double rainbow at Kiltearn

A Rainbow over the road leading to Kiltearn by Evanton, taken by Scott Eaglesham of the village's Balconie Street.

Double rainbow at Kiltearn

Misty Plockton morning

A MISTY Plockton morning taken at daybreak on August 19 by Neil MacRae of the village's Harbour Street.

Misty Plockton morning

Snowy landscape at Loch Droma

THE magnificent snowy landscape at Loch Droma, between Ullapool and Garve, which includes the distinctive outline of An Teallach. This shot was taken by Brenda McGregor of Conon Bridge on Christmas Day.

Snowy landscape at Loch Droma

View from Ormond Castle, Avoch

A VIEW of Avoch Bay taken in March from Ormond Castle above the Black Isle village by Gavin Roach of Dingwall.

View from Ormond Castle, Avoch

Glorious Cromarty Firth sunrise

A STUNNING start to an autumn day on the Cromarty Firth, taken at 7.15am by Sandy Thorpe of Invergordon.

Glorious Cromarty Firth sunrise

Loch Broom vista

ONE of Ross-shire's finest vistas, the view from near Braemore junction looking down on Loch Broom in Wester Ross, taken by John Urquhart.

Loch Broom vista

Applecross road block

HIGHLAND cattle form an eye-catching road block on a single track near Applecross. This photograph was taken earlier this month by Alister Kemp, Evanton.

Applecross road block

Dramatic view over to Cullins

THIS moody shot of the view to the Cullins on Skye was taken from Badicaul near Kyle of Lochalsh by Jimac MacPhee of Plockton.

Dramatic view over to Cullins

Fading sun crowns Cromarty rig

A SUNSET shot of an oilrig on the Cromarty Firth taken from Inverbreakie by Alan Cruickshank of Dingwall.

Fading sun crowns Cromarty rig

Balintore's Mermaid of the North

THE Mermaid of the North keeping an eye on a passing sea-kayaker at Balintore, taken by Alan Hendry of Wick.

Balintore's Mermaid of the North


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