A selection of images of Gatehouse and Kirkcudbright and of the surrounding area.
Ann Street, Gatehouse of Fleet
Country dancers at the opening event for Gatehouse Gala.
Gatehouse Torchlight Procession
The torchlight procession and fireworks is a huge draw for visitors during Gala Week.
Carrick Shore with Ardwall Isle and the Isles of Fleet offshore is a popular walk with both rocky shoreline and sandy beaches.
The Fleet Valley
The Fleet Valley is a National Scenic Area.
At the top of the Fleet Valley is the open moorland of Dromore and Cairnsmore.
Castramont Woods are filled with bluebells in the springtime.
The Mill on the Fleet
The MIll on the Fleet in Gatehouse is a restored 18th century cotton mill, now an exhibition centre with a programme of exhibitions through the season, a popular bookshop, and a café with riverside terrace.
Harbour Cottage Gallery
Harbour Cottage Gallery in Kirkcudbright has a programme of exhibitions by local artists throughout the year.
Tide out at Kirkcudbright, looking down the river.
The garden of Broughton House which is a National Trust for Scotland property and was the home of successful Kirkcudbright artist A E Hornell.
The High Street in Kirkcudbright.
The entrance to the close at the Greengate, once the home of Kirkcudbright artists E A Taylor and Jessie M King.
There are two chambered cairns at the prehistoric site of Cairnholy at Carsluith near Gatehouse. This larger cairn is unique with its well preserved ceremonial area in front of the tomb.
A medieval castle in the centre of Kirkcudbright and looked after by Historic Scotland.
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