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LG 0243 
 Corran Narrows seen from above Maclean's Towel (waterfall), Ardgour, Highland Region, Scotland, UK.
The small lakes in the middle distance were formed in the Ice Age when a retreating glacier left large blocks of ice partially buried in the morraine which forms the flat area of land projecting into Loch Linnhe. 
 Keywords: Ardgour Scottish Loch Linnhe Ice Age glacial erosion deposits morraine highlands misty autumn day heather covered mountainside scene scenic scenery lgpl Corran Narrows

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Photographer: Leslie Garland
Collection: Byker Wall
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LG 0243
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Corran Narrows seen from above Maclean's Towel (waterfall), Ardgour, Highland

Region, Scotland, UK.
The small lakes in the middle distance were formed in the Ice Age when a retreating glacier left large blocks of ice partially buried in the morraine which forms the flat area of land projecting into Loch Linnhe.
Keywords: Ardgour Scottish Loch Linnhe Ice Age glacial erosion deposits morraine highlands misty autumn day heather covered mountainside scene scenic scenery lgpl Corran Narrows