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Picture No 90. Courtesy of George Kelman.
Year: 2004

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Sunrise over the Cromarty Firth

Looking towards the Sutors with oil rigs in the foreground. Legend has it that two cobblers shared one last and they used to throw it over from one Sutor to the other Sutor. Sutor is the old Scot's word for cobbler.
Picture added on 16 July 2005.


Added by D Sutherland on 04 December 2005.

Really lovely pictures a pleasure to look at really enjoy this site thanks so much keeps me in touch with home.
Added by Wilma Mackay. Norwich on 29 April 2006.

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