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Lochan na h-Achlaise Reflections Panoramic #2 crop Featured Than Mor Print

Lochan na h-Achlaise Reflections Panoramic #2 crop

Spectacular dramatic weather creates an amazing light show over the Mountains of Loch na h-Achlaise. The tranquil water of the loch reflects the distant mountains, islands of trees, and foreground rocks in perfect symmetry. nLochan na h-Achlaise is a lake in Rannoch Moor - Scottish Highlands and is nearby to Black Mount, Achallader, and Stob a Choire Odhair. Near Glencoe, it'u2019s the gateway to the Scottish Highlands and not only produces some of the most dramatic scenery in the world, but also some of the most changeable weather. n'nThe four main peaks in this photo: nLeft: Meall Beag (475metres)'nMiddle Left: Clac Leathad (1098 metres)'nMiddle Right: Meall a Bhuiridh (1108 metres)'nFar Right in the Distance: Mamores Range

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The Hon C. S. Rolls in his 110 H.P. Mors car Featured Than Mor Print

The Hon C. S. Rolls in his 110 H.P. Mors car

Charles Stewart Rolls (1877-1910) British engineer and aviator in 1906. Henry Royce built his first motor car in 1904 and in May of that year met Charles Rolls, whose company sold quality cars in London. Agreement was reached that Royce Limited would manufacture a range of cars to be exclusively sold by CS Rolls & Co they were to bear the name Rolls-Royce. Pictured seated in his 110 H.P. Mors car with which he beat the world's record at Welbeck on 12 October 1903, travelling at a rate of 83 3/4 miles per hour. Date: 1903

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Doorway to Cill Chriosd - Christs Church or Kilchrist Featured Than Mor Print

Doorway to Cill Chriosd - Christs Church or Kilchrist

Cill Chriosd Christ's Church or Kilchrist is a ruined former parish church of Strath, on the Isle of Skye, Scotland. It was constructed around the 16th century, replacing an earlier Medieval church on the same location, and was used until 1840 when the Parish church was relocated to Broadford. It lies on the B8083 Broadford to Torrin and Elgol road. The ruins of the church lie at the top of a small mound, surrounded by the graveyard. It has been described by Miers as The long, low, rubble ruin of the post- Reformation parish church of Strath has roughly dressed quoins and jambs, and a balustraded burial enclosure added to the east gable in the early 18th century for the Mackinnons. Records from 1913 show that there were a pair of unusual gravemarkers in the graveyard - one dedicated to Chief Lachlan Mor and carrying obscure hieroglyphics, the other possibly dating from the pre-Christian era. However, both have since vanished. Most graves are connected to Clan MacKinnon,[5] and are from the 18th and 19th centuries. One memorial, in the inner wall of the burial enclosure, is for Charles Third, who was apparently born in Corry near Broadford as a MacKinnon but later died in Australia after emigrating. A worn medieval slab carved with an ornate cross is located in the south corner of the graveyard. The churchyard also has an amorial stone, as well as a possible fragment of the necking and lower arms of a crude cross, with one side plane and the other side bearing two animals carved into a relief on the lower portion. The graveyard also contains a slab of slate with a foliated cross, with one side preserved but the other side worn away

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