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By David W Robertson

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A photograph capturing dawn over Achray Forest in the heart of the Trossachs Scotland. The photograph shows the mist still hanging in the lower parts of the forest, as the first light casts a golden glow over the scene north of Aberfoyle. The islands of trees stretching skyward from the mists, give a fairytale feel to the photograph.

Achray Forest and Loch Achray lie deep in the heart of the Trossachs near the towns of Aberfoyle and Callander. No matter which time of the year you visit you will be enthralled with the scenery and warm welcome you receive.

Be sure to visit Bonnie Strathyre, and Balquhidder where you will find the grave of 'Rob Roy MacGregor.

A favourite village of mine is nearby Gartmore but watch out here for Big Jim, Wee Davie, Graeme O' The Rigs and Alistair O' The Nails and various other unsavoury characters whom you are liable to meet in the local. The local is the Black Bull Hotel which serves good food and provides a warm Scottish welcome for visitors.

A few miles from this spot is Loch Katrine the setting for 'The Lady Of The Lake' by Sir Walter Scott and today you can enjoy a sail up the loch on the ship which bears his name.

Giclee fine art printing offers one of the highest degrees of accuracy and richness of colour available in any reproduction technique.

David's Fine Art Prints are individually printed to order on heavy archival matt art paper by a Member of the Fine Arts Trade Guild. Each photograph is then signed by David.

An accompanying letter addressed to the buyer/recipient gives a brief description and history of the area photographed.

Purchase benefits The John Muir Trust for re-forestation efforts on the Isle of Skye where the Cuillin belong to everyone.