Photograph of the Week, December 25 2020

Aileen Gillies submitted this photograph of Campbeltown Cross.
Aileen Gillies submitted this photograph of Campbeltown Cross.

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A Mid Argyll woman with a passion for photography submitted this photograph of Campbeltown’s recently restored 14th-century cross, illuminated at night.

Aileen Gillies, who has so far raised £4,285 for the Macmillan suite at Mid Argyll Hospital in Lochgilphead through the sale of two calendars featuring her photographs, took this snap during a recent visit to Campbeltown.

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