A couple of weeks ago we decided to go to Dunkeld for the day. It’s one of my favourite wee towns. It was the day we were in search of autumnal trees.
I took the photo below from the bridge in Dunkeld, looking north up the River Tay.
Some houses just off the High Street in Dunkeld.
The town was decorated with bunting, it wasn’t long after Halloween but I think it was something to do with a local tradition.
If you look closely at the photo below you can just see the beginning of the bridge.
Here’s the bridge itself, built by Thomas Telford.
The River Tay is famous for salmon fishing but you have to put them back if you catch any.