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Whilst driving to work yesterday, I couldn't help but stop and take this photograph of Loch Drunkie. It is one of many beautiful views that can be seen when driving over The Dukes Pass. I believe the Dukes Pass to be one of the most scenic driving routes in Scotland and is located in The Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park between Kilmahog and Aberfoyle. The Dukes Pass was built to accommodate the many Victorian Tourists to the area after the publication of Sir Walter Scott's poem 'The Lady of the Lake' which is all about Loch Katrine, another beauty spot which can be found along this route.
I should also add that the bluebells are out in all their glory.....but if I stopped to take photographs at every opportunity I would make myself late for work!