Autumn Colours at the Hermitage, Dunkeld, Highland Scotland - 4K

The first stop on our journey to the Highlands for a week long holiday with friends, after travelling through stormy and wet weather we arrived at the Hermitage expecting the worst, and were instead blessed with atmospheric mists, amazing colours and full rivers…

The Hermitage was created by John Murray, the third Duke of Atholl, who lived in nearby Dunkeld House, in the 18th century to honour the blind bard Ossian. It is home to the Georgian follies Ossian’s Hall of Mirrors, Ossian’s Cave and the Black Linn Falls.


Another beauty from you. Well done @AlbionDrones :grinning:

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Thanks SteveD, tis appreciated :slight_smile:

Glad you got to Dunkeld and Bruar to get some great footage. Where you off to next?

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I’m back home now… Have got Clava Cairns, Glenfinnan Viaduct, Glenallachie and Balvenie Distilleries, the Tomatin Bridges and Findhorn Glen, Ruthven Barracks, and some overflight of the 17thC village at Highland Folk Museum to process yet… Missed out on the last 2 days - and planned Glencoe - due to an issue at home that meant we had to return early…