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The Falls of Bruar were visited by the Scottish poet Robert Burns in 1787 who noted that the Falls were exceedingly beautiful but without trees and shrubs. His poem "The Humble Petition of Bruar Waters" pleaded with the landowner, the 4th Duke of Atholl to plant trees along it's banks. No trees in this picture but what a great place to visit.
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The Falls of Bruar were visited by the Scottish poet Robert Burns in 1787 who noted that the Falls were exceedingly beautiful but without trees and shrubs. His poem "The Humble Petition of Bruar Waters" pleaded with the landowner, the 4th Duke of Atholl to plant trees along it's banks. No trees in this picture but what a great place to visit.