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Scott's View, Scottish Borders Photos.

These photos were taken at Scott's View in the Scottish Borders. This was a favourite viewpoint of famous Scottish writer and poet Sir Walter Scott, overlooking the River Tweed near St Boswells.

The view from here looks directly along the River Tweed valley towards Melrose and the Eildon Hills. These photos were taken on a bright but hazy morning in early spring when the hillside was covered in brightly flowering gorse.

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View along the River Tweed -

View along the River Tweed -

View along the River Tweed -

View along the River Tweed -

Views along the River Tweed - "Scott's View"

 

View to the Eildon Hills from Scotts View.

View to the Eildon Hills from Scotts View.

View to the Eildon Hills from Scotts View.

View to the Eildon Hills.

 

View to Halidean Mill and Redpath Hill.

View to Halidean Mill and Redpath Hill.

Views to Halidean Mill and Redpath Hill.

 

View to Gledswood.

View to Gledswood.

Views to Gledswood.

 

Parking area at Scotts View.

Parking area at Scotts View.

Parking area at Scott's View.

 

View near the parking area at Scotts View.

View near the parking area at Scott's View.

 

Scotts View on a very cold grey winter day.

Scotts View on a very cold grey winter day.

Scotts View on a very cold and grey winter day.

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