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Looking over the Inverness Firth

Looking over the Inverness Firth, originally uploaded by ccgd.

Looking from the Eathie Road - just after Navity Farm towards Ardersier and Dalcross. And the Inverness Firth.

The number of people who will not believe that there is such a thing as the Inverness Firth is remarkable. For the record its the body of water between Channory Point/Fort George (where the Moray Firth finishes) to the mouth of the River Ness (where the Beauly Firth starts). So - and again for the record - the Kessock Bridge crosses the Inverness Firth - not the Moray Firth.

Here is what Wikipedia says about the Inverness Firth:-

"The Moray Firth is effectively two firths, the Inner Moray Firth, which was traditionally known as the Firth of Inverness, and the Outer Moray Firth which is more open North Sea water. The name "Firth of Inverness" is rarely found on modern maps, but extended from the Beauly Firth in the west, to Chanonry Point in the east."

So there........

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