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The Soul of Scotland: Max Milligan

1. A dusting of snow followed by a sunburst lights up a classic view of Bla Bheinn on Skye

2. This young stag crept away in the bracken at Duartmore but, with a friend distracting him from below.

3. An instantly recognisable peak, Suilven is seen most dramatically from Lochinver

4. The Islay, Jura and Colonsay Agricultural Show, Bridgend, Islay. With both a tea tent and a beer tent, it is a grand day out for farmers and tourists alike.

5. A washing line in Gloup, Shetland, where the wind can be fierce but saves money and electricity when it comes to tumble drying

6. Highland dancing at the Lonach gathering – a major part of any Gathering or Games, along with tossing the caber, tug of war.

7. In a brief respite during a violent blizzard, I grabbed this image of Sgurr an Fhidleir at sunset

8. Thursday nights at The Glenfinnan House Hotel are ceilidh nights. A wee girl listens from the balcony, wishing she were old enough to join in.

9. Autumnal foliage along Loch Eilt by Glenfinnan

10. Ardfern on Loch Craignish provides sanctuary and a safe berth to sailors on the West Coast

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