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The Hermitage at Dunkeld, Perthshire from my 'Best of the summer' week (Monday to Friday)

Stobhall Castle, Perth, Scotland, Stobhall Castle was the ancestral seat of the Drummond family, the Earls of Perth, and a stronghold of Roman Catholicism in Scotland after the English Reformation, the Drummonds being staunch Roman Catholic recusants.[1] It is one of two castles (the other is Drummond Castle) traditionally associated with the family.  In early 2012 it was announced that the castle's antiques were up for auction. Family treasures worth some £900,000 were auctioned off

Stobhall Castle, Perth, Scotland, Stobhall Castle was the ancestral seat of the Drummond family, the Earls of Perth, and a stronghold of Roman Catholicism in Scotland after the English Reformation, the Drummonds being staunch Roman Catholic recusants.[1] It is one of two castles (the other is Drummond Castle) traditionally associated with the family. In early 2012 it was announced that the castle's antiques were up for auction. Family treasures worth some £900,000 were auctioned off

Faskally Bridge - Perth and Kinross - Scotland (Angus Clyne)

Faskally Bridge - Perth and Kinross - Scotland (Angus Clyne). Home to T in The Park festival

Pitlochry, Perthshire, Scotland

Got to visit here on an adventure with Christie ~Winter in Pitlochry, Perthshire, Scotland~' Photograph: Murdo MacLeod for the Guardian

The Falkirk Wheel lies at the end of a reinforced concrete aqueduct that connects, via the Roughcastle tunnel and a double staircase lock, to the Union Canal. Boats entering the Wheel's upper gondola are lowered, along with the water that they float in, to the basin below. At the same time, an equal weight rises up, lifted in the other gondola. (Photo by Phil Mack)

Bing Image Archive: A long exposure night image from the Falkirk Wheel, Scotland (© Philip Mack/Alamy)(Bing United Kingdom)

Loch Rannoch from top of Schiehallion. Schiehallion (Scottish Gaelic: Sìdh Chailleann) is a prominent mountain in Perth and Kinross, Scotland. Schiehallion has a rich botanical life, interesting archaeology, and a unique place in scientific history for an 18th-century experiment in 'weighing the world'. Schiehallion lies between Loch Tay and Loch Tummel. The mountain (3547 ft/1083m) is isolated from other peaks and has an almost perfect conical shape from the west.

Loch Rannoch from top of Schiehallion. Schiehallion (Scottish Gaelic: Sìdh Chailleann) is a prominent mountain in Perth and Kinross, Scotland. Schiehallion has a rich botanical life, interesting archaeology, and a unique place in scientific history for an 18th-century experiment in 'weighing the world'. Schiehallion lies between Loch Tay and Loch Tummel. The mountain (3547 ft/1083m) is isolated from other peaks and has an almost perfect conical shape from the west.

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