Roots and Branches
(Caledonian Pine, Loch Etive)
shown framed 24x24
If you go to Scotland and leave town
for the wilder north, the chances are that you'll go to Glencoe.
But if just before you arrive at Glencoe, you turn south at
Buachaille Etive Mor (an imposing, pyramidal mountain whose name
Great Shepherd of Etive"),
you'll end up (after many miles of one-lane road and after passing
stand after stand of purple rhododendron) beside
a long arm of the Atlantic called Loch Etive. Beside Loch Etive
are some of those wonderful iconic Scottish trees, the Caledonian
pines. Among them, this one.
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