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Thursday, 20 February 2014

Today's Walk - Rumbling Bridge

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The Braan by Rumbling Bridge

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From the viewpoint

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Looking up river from the bridge

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Catkins by the river

A short walk on a lovely Spring-like day to Rumbling Bridge, near Dunkeld.  About three miles up the A822 after you turn left off the A9 heading north.  It's a popular spot. Like most locals I've been there many times over the years and usually walk through from the Hermitage.  However I was short of time today so just drove to the car park and tottered the hundred or so yards to have a look at the river, which was in spate after heavy rain and a snow melt.
This is where Millais painted his famous The Sound of Many Waters 'en plein air' as was his habit in Perthshire.  I don't think the place has changed much since his day.  The picture is now in Fyvie Castle, Aberdeenshire, and I went to see it several years ago.  It's been done up a bit by the National Trust, but Fyvie is still a creepy place, well worth a visit.  

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