Scottish Landscape Photo Print of Loch Ard
Loch Ard is a body of freshwater in the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park of the Stirling District The name of the loch comes from àird, the Scottish Gaelic word for a promentory, headland, height, ultimately from àrdmeaning high. The loch is approximately 4 kilometres long by 2 kilometres wide and runs approximately east-west along a sheltered glen. It is considered to be the source of the River Forth and lies downstream of Loch Chon. The loch contains several small islands including Eilean Gorm, Briedach, St. Mallo, which is rumored to have an old chapel dedicated to that saint, and Dundochill, which is the site of Duke Murdoch’s castle that may have been built by the Duke of Albany. Though one of Scotland’s smaller lochs, it is one of the most picturesque and its sheltered location means it is ideal for kayaking and other water sports.
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Each print is printed on Titanium Lustre Metallic Paper that has a beautiful pronounced textured silver resin coating finish which gives metallic sheen that glamour’s when the light catches it. Only the highest quality printer inks are used
41cm x 29cm Panoramic
All prints are centred on A3+, which allows for a generous border for mounting and framing.
The print name and details will not appear on the delivered print, this maximises the subject print area.
41cm x 29cm = £45
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