Picturing Scotland: Perthshire
(2nd edition, Expanded and Revised)

Content: Perthshire is a record-breaking county in several ways: here you will find the world's tallest hedge, the smallest distillery, the sole survivor from Shakespeare's 'Birnam Wood' and the oldest living thing in Europe, if not the planet! This photographic tour aims to capture its moods and illustrate the principal landmarks and places of interest. The book's coverage extends from the city of Perth to its mountainous regions to the north and west, such as Ben Lawers, Scotland's tenth highest peak. The county's history is represented by the inclusion of famous locations like Scone Palace, Blair Castle, Dunkeld Cathedral and Killiecrankie battle site. In this new edition 32 extra pages allow the book's coverage to be greatly expanded to include many new views – for a list of these see over. In addition, further new pictures of classic Perthshire scenes enhance the quality of this commended book. In total, there are 54 new pictures in this volume.

For a list of featured locations, see below.

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Market: Books in this series are bought by visitors and locals alike to give as gifts or to keep for their own enjoyment. They are also helpful to those planning a visit as the book leads the reader on a geographical tour of the area. To visitors, they are a great reminder of a visit, while local people buy them to send to friends and family to show off where they live.

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Author: Colin Nutt has worked in book publishing for over 30 years and has written and compiled around 40 books in this and other series. He lives in Elgin.

Photography: Colin Nutt and other contributing photographers

Picturing Scotland:
(2nd edition, Expanded and Revised)

Jacket of Picturing Scotland: Perthshire (2nd edition, Expanded and Revised)

Extent: 112 pages
Binding: Hardback
ISBN: 978-1-906549-33-6
Price: No longer available for sale

Featured Locations:

Perth Bridge
North Inch Park
Norrie Miller Park Sculptures
St Matthew's Church
Tay Street
Fergusson Gallery
Perth Museum & Art Gallery
St John's Kirk
St John's Street
Old City Hall
Fair Maid's House
Hal o' the Wynd House
51st Highland Division Memorial, North Inch
North Inch Park Sculptures
Lower City Mills
Perth Concert Hall
South Inch
St Leonard's-in-the-Fields
Rodney Gardens
Statue by Kenny Munro Evergreen
Branklyn Garden
Moncrieffe Island

Hills and Mountains:
Ben Vorlich
Ben Lawers
Beinn Ghlas
An Stuc
Meall Garbh
Creag Mhor
Ben Vrackie
Glas Tulaichean
The Cairnwell
Craig Varr
Ochil Hills

Lochs, Glens and Rivers:
River Tay
Loch of the Lowes, Dunkeld
Glen Eagles
Sma' Glen
Glen Almond
Dunalastair Water
Loch Earn
Loch Faskally
Loch Rannoch
Loch Tay
Lochan nan Cat
Queen's View, Loch Tummel
River Ericht
River Garry
River Tay
Glen Lyon
Glen Ogle

Atholl Gathering
Atholl Highlanders
Beatrix Potter Garden, Birnam
Birks of Aberfeldy
Black Linn Falls, the Hermitage, Dunkeld
Blair Athol Distillery
Blair Atholl Station
Blair Castle
Castle Menzies
Croft Moraig Stone Circle
Cumberland Barracks, Coupar Angus
Dalginross Bridge
Dewar's World of Whisky
Drummond Castle
Dunkeld Cathedral
Dupplin Cross
Edradour Distillery
Elcho Castle
Ell Shop, Dunkeld
Falls of Bruar
Falls of Dochart
Fortingall Yew
General Wade's Bridge, Aberfeldy
Gleneagles Golf Courses
Glenturret Distillery
Huntingtower Castle/House of Ruthven
Innerpeffray Library
Killiecrankie Pass
Kinloch Rannoch
Kinnoull Hill
Meigle Sculptured Stone Museum
Meiklour Beech Hedge
Muthill Old Church
Pitlochry Festival Theatre
Scone Palace
Scottish Crannog Centre
St Fillans
St Serf's Church, Dunning
Stanley Mills
Strath Ardle
Tullibardine Chapel
Wellmeadow, Blairgowrie
White Church, Comrie

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