Loch Katrine, made famous by Sir Walter Scott in his novel "The Lady of the Lake", is the source of Glasgow's water supply. Whilst the southern end is extremely scenic, it has the disadvantage (for the photographer, anyway) of being a tourist mecca during the spring, summer and autumn. The northern end, however, is equally spectacular but comparatively tourist-free.
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