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- North Caithness -

Painting No. 151

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Descriptive Text and

Location Map of Painting

NC500 - You will see this view looking northward towards the sea a few miles out of Thurso on the A836 heading west

Caithness is “the Lowlands beyond the Highlands” - a largely fertile country of rolling moor and farmland with occasional woodlands, stern stone cottages, winding rivers, windswept lochs, and straight flagstone walls.  Inland lies the flow country - a huge area of peat bogs and lochans that stores more carbon than the equivalent area of forest. Along the coast are sheer cliffs, broken rocks, and pristine beaches.  On clear days the Orkneys lie humped along the northern horizon, and on the isles and the mainland there are relics everywhere of earlier civilizations. The landscape is too austere for some; the sky too vast.  But it is a land of pure crystal air where you really can breathe!