A small steamboat which carries passengers up and down Loch Earn.
Loch Earn, a 6.5 mile long east-west aligned loch which today forms one of Scotland’s most important centres for inland watersports.
The remains of a crannog, a building on an artificial island near the loch’s south west corner, shows there has been settlement here for at least two thousand years.
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Related shots can be found at: Highland Scotland.