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The Salmon Bothy, Chachtoll
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The old salmon bothy’s viewpoint at Clachtoll Bay, as the sun is temporarily obscured behind the stormy clouds on a winter afternoon. The bothy dates to 1846, being built by Hector MacKenzie. It was known to have been inhabited in 1851 (Census) by a family of fishermen from Banff, and it was finally closed for fishing in 1994.

Date: 14 November 2010 1500
Location : Clachtoll, by Lochinver, Sutherland
Nikon D300 Nikkor lens 22mm 0.8s f22 ISO200
Image reference bw150. © Angus Bruce, Ullapool.

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