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|Date Added:||14th November 2013|
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After a grey - but dry & fine - start to our coach outing to Inveraray, it decided to start raining as we arrived at the town - just typical when I go anywhere! Alongside Loch Fyne stands this War Memorial; I suppose it would have been fitting to have uploaded this on Remembrance Sunday, had I processed it in time. It says on the plaque: "In memory of those young loved lamented here who died in their country's service 1914 - 1918". In the background is Aray Bridge, designed by Robert Mylne between 1772-76, replacing the earlier King's Bridge, built in 1758-59 by John Adam but swept away in 1772. Behind the bridge rises the hill of Dun Corr-bhile, displaying some nice autumn colours.
Single Raw image processed in Adobe Camera Raw 7, tweaked in Photomatix Pro 4 and Photoshop Elements 11.
Thanks again to everyone for your votes & comments on my previous uploads, it really is appreciated and encouraging.