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In this Christmas edition we take a look back at a selection of the fantastic photographs from our readers featured in the Argyllshire Advertiser each week during 2020. This week we remember readers’ pictures from the first half of the year.
And look out for another featured reader’s image on page nine of this week’s edition.
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Neil Lea from Kirn, near Dunoon, submitted this seemingly timeless photo of Inveraray taken from St Catherines on the opposite shore of Loch Fyne.
Ted the dog found his best angle as he posed for a photo in front of Tarbert Castle on a beautiful winter morning’s walk with owner Fiona McCuish from Ardrishaig.
This photograph was submitted by Allan Redpath from Lochgair.
Allan captured a blue sky at Carrick abandoned township near Lochgilphead on a rare sunny day in early March.
Lochgilphead photographer Marc Pickering sent us this stunning photograph, taken in his garden at the end of April, of a bee buzzing about its business.
This photograph of ‘furloughed creels at Crinan’ was submitted by Siobhán Canavan from Cairnbaan and shows creels lying temporarily idle at the pier during the coronavirus lockdown.
Remember the glorious weather back in the spring and early summer? Simon Macdonald from Kilmichael Glassary submitted this sunny image of his ‘village in bloom’, taken in late June.