Inverness is way up on the Scottish coast, where it's very, very cold in the winter and not much warmer in the summer. This makes the people strong and brave, as the battle of Culloden in 1746 proves. My Cityscape of Inverness therefore includes this famous battle between the Scots and the English. I've been to the site of the battle. It's a bleak and barren place, a vast, graveyard where many men lost their lives in the fight for their land and people. Fortunately that's behind us all now but the Scots still fight on for independence, which I think is fully understandable given Britain's obsession with Brexit. Politics aside, my portrait of Inverness reveals some beautiful and unique buildings such as Abertarf House and Balnain House. The River Ness flows down to the infamous Loch Ness by which a Scottish piper pipes his music, appreciated by a cultured Loch Ness Monster. Other wildlife join him in my landscape of Inverness, including a braying stag and a rather cute Highland Cow (Coo). Ooh and a red squirrel. :-)
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