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The Invergordon Archive

Aerial view of Invergordon and Firth looking west
The Invergordon Archive
Aerial view of Invergordon and Firth looking west

The third aerial picture taken by The Highland Council. This view is looking west with the Black Isle on the left and Ben Wyvis in the background.
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Picture added on 13 October 2004
Comments:
I did like the panoramic view of this photograph if that's the right word to use. The ripple effect of the tide made it look as if the Firth was actually on the ebb and flow sequence, and the contrast of the Town brings the scale into our minds eye, it also helps the image with the oil platforms strung out along the Firths extent. Yes I did like it.
Added by MATT on 24 January 2005
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Aerial views taken by The Highland Council Planning Department

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