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12/02/2016 at 06:41. Facebook
On the Second Day of December True Highlands brings to you....... a magical display of the Northern Lights
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On the First Day of December True Highlands brings to you....... A wonderful winter sunset.
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11/30/2016 at 06:10. Facebook
A Very Happy St Andrews Day to all our followers across the world!
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11/29/2016 at 06:27. Facebook
As we leave autumn behind, we leave you with this spray of colour on the Caledonian Canal, looking to Gairlochy.
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11/28/2016 at 20:38. Facebook
Highland cows like sunsets too....... taken on Lewis by Robyn Shilland.
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11/28/2016 at 07:52. Facebook
Redcastle on the Black-Isle is intriguing. Built in 1641, it is on the site of a much earlier castle from back in 1179, built by William the Lion. You have to scramble through woodland to reach this castle which just adds to the earie feeling it evokes. Many stories surround its demise and it is thought to be haunted. Unfortunately, it is falling to ruin.
Photo credit: Dr Julian Paren via CC
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11/27/2016 at 06:33. Facebook
Sometimes.....you just have to take it easy....like Sunday morning....
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11/26/2016 at 07:11. Facebook
Support a small local business this weekend with #smallbusinesssaturday Butchers, bakers and candlestick makers all need your support!
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11/25/2016 at 14:47. Facebook
It's the last #HighlandHighlights of 2016 as we make way for the True Highlands advent calendar for December. And what a finale! Your photos show just how varied our late autumn can be, as we head towards a winter wonderland. Keep clicking and we will be back with a bumper album for you in January!
Autumn on Loch Leven, Ballachulish looking crisp and clear.
Legend says that the historical estate of Culbin now lies beneath the sands. The laird was playing cards late one Saturday night and, despite being reminded, insisted on playing past midnight, boasting he would play on even if the Devil were one of his partners. Needless to say, after a clap of thunder the Devil appeared, and the game went on so long that Kinnaird failed to notice the sand...
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Mountain hares turn white in winter, so can be hard to spot in the snow. However, it is temperature which triggers the change, so an early cold spell, followed by mild, could catch them out! Also, a mountain hare retains its white tail all year, unlike a standard hare.
Today is World Hello Day - and this bunch would like to say "Ciamar a tha thu". (Gaelic for Hello: pronounced: kimara how oo) How do you say Hello?
Stac Pollaidh in the far North West of Scotland is an iconic peak - and where more dramatic for our sun to set this week.
This stone is somewhere near Keppernach (we're not giving away it's exact location - where's the fun in that!) and the snow shows up the inscription beautifully. Many thanks to Scottish 6 Days Orienteering for sharing this incredibly moving photo with us.
It's the last week of our #HighlandHighlights for 2016 next week, so enjoy these, be inspired and post yours to page - let's make next weeks EPIC!
Today is 'Take a Hike Day' and whether you like a stroll along a beach, a wander in the woods or a hike up a hill - we'd love to know your favourite walk in the Highlands & Islands.
Be aware when driving at this time of year that the deer come down low from the hills and loiter around the roadside.
(Copyright: Dennis Hardley Photography - Scotland)
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The Clava Cairn is a type of Bronze Age circular chamber tomb cairn, named after the group of 3 cairns at Balnuaran of Clava, to the east of Inverness. Here, there is a group of three Bronze Age cairns, which lie close together in a line, running north east to south west.