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Prints are individually signed and numbered out of a Limited Edition of 500.  They are available in A4 and A3 sizes, and are supplied either unmounted, or mounted  and ready to frame in standard frame sizes.

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- Bell’s Pool, Strath Melness Burn -

Painting No. 77

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This picture is also available as Bookmark No. P77

Moine location

Follow the twisting, single-track road through the various coastal settlements that make up Melness, and you come to the road end at Dalvraid in the  quiet, peaty valley of Strath Melness.  It’s not a place you expect to find a gorge and waterfalls, nor are these scenic attractions apparent from the small car park.  But a short walk south-east over the rough moorland falling from the flanks of Ben Hutig brings you suddenly to the edge of a narrow ravine which hides Bell’s Pool and its two waterfalls.  Small trout dart and hover in the crystal clear waters, dappled by the rowan and silver birch that cling to the surrounding rocks.  There are lovelier waterfalls and ravines, but the beauty here is enhanced by the bleakness of the surrounding  moorland.  Tumbling water and tree-tangled crags are a surprise in such a place - like finding hidden talent and qualities in someone condemned as plain and mundane.  

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