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PICTURE: Diabaig coastal circuit in Ross-shire through the Lens frame as county beauty spot catches the eye


By Hector MacKenzie

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Part of the Diabaig Coastal Circuit. Picture by Shirley Ann Calder
Part of the Diabaig Coastal Circuit. Picture by Shirley Ann Calder

Part of the Diabaig Coastal Circuit in Wester Ross, shot by Shirley Ann Calder.

The picture appears on the letters page in the Ross-shire Journal under the heading: 'Ross-shire through the Lens'.

With such a large and starkly contrasting area to choose from, amateur snappers are seldom stuck for choice when trying to figure out where to point their cameras.

And we love seeing the results.

From landmarks such as the monument on Fyrish Hill to the oil platforms in the Cromarty Firth it overlooks and the stunning beauty of Wester Ross, the variety is endless.

Lockdown offers an opportunity to capture something close to home.

Or perhaps your own bird-watching antics have yielded some great images? Maybe you have looked at a local landmark through fresh eyes? Or your beloved pet dog has provided the perfect foreground to a stunning backdrop.

There's no reason why people can't feature in the shots too.

Fancy sending yours in? Email hector.mackenzie@hnmedia.co.uk, marking the subject heading 'Ross-shire through the Lens' and including your name, address and a few details about where the picture was taken.

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