A Fly Fishing Season in Scotland
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January 21, 2011 in Environment, Misc, Scotland | 2 comments
Interesting article this morning on the BBC website.
Tony on January 22, 2011 at 12:01 pm
I wonder whether it is meaningful to have a precise “source” unless by that is meant the longest line in length. Last year I looked for the source areas of the Clyde ( http://www.tsurune.com/photo-journal/2010/6/4/daer-water-upper-clyde-scotland.html) which was fun.
I love you photos by the way.
mike on January 24, 2011 at 11:42 am
I wondered something similar. I’ve always thought of the source of a river as being the farthest point from the sea. I walked up near Ben Lui (source of the Tay) last year, amazing to think the water ends up at Perth. I’ve also wondered about the Clyde’s source, particularly when I drive past on the M74. I like your photo of the Daer water, captures the empty space up there very nicely.
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