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Painting No. 137
Caithness, “the lowlands beyond the highlands”, can be an acquired taste. It lacks the dramatic mountains and fiord-like sea lochs of the west, and rock and heather are often replaced by rolling fields. There is an austere feel to the landscape - a bleakness enhanced by the lack of trees and the stark flagstone walls that etch functional rather than picturesque lines across the farmland. But look closer and you will find hidden river gorges, sea caves and sea stacks resounding with the melancholy call of whirling birds, castles writhing from the rocks, piles of weathered stones recalling ancient civilisations - and towering over all, the high dome of the sky, magnified into dominance by the almost flat horizons. It is a land for artists, archaeologists, and naturalists to visit, and for people as resilient as the underlying flagstone to call home.