Prints are mounted using Daler Mountboard with a protective backing of greyboard. The 3 colours shown above are fairly neutral to match most decors, but I do have other colours available. Please contact me to discuss your requirements.
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One of the most delectable short walks in an area full of natural beauty is a half-mile, little-known path off an un-numbered byway off a minor “A”-road. It is the anglers’ path along the west bank of the Kinloch River at the head of the Kyle of Tongue. Raise your eyes above the translucent water and the lichen-shaggy trees, and your view is dominated by the towers and ridges of 2507ft Ben Loyal, looking almost Himalayan in stature because you are seeing it from sea level at a distance of less than three miles. On the riverbank itself, amid glorious colour and scintillating light, you may catch a glimpse of a heron or a fisherman, and if so, you can consider the place busy today. What you will not see are any driven people dashing from A to B to fulfil goals and desires. The Kinloch Riverbank is a special place for wayfarers with time to stand and stare, enjoying the simplest and best of delights.