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Autumnal Trees By The River Beauly, Kilmorack, Scotland

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Panorama at sunset on a path along the River Beauly near Kilmorack, Inverness-shire, Scotland. The large oak tree and nearby silver birches' golden autumnal leaves glow in the warm sunset light.

The space among the trees is coloured brown with dying ferns. Nearby small patches of heather grow alongside the path. The path is a well worn mud track, showing the route is fairly popular with walkers.

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