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Scotland, 1996

With my partner Margie Barram (in the hat) and friend Meredith Walker in Scotland in 1996, sitting on a rock by a cove, eating buns and enjoying the sun.

We were on a mission to see Airds House in Argyllshire, a house built in 1738. Elizabeth, wife of Governor Lachlan Macquarie of New South Wales, grew up in the house​—​this connection may have influenced the design of the Female Orphan School at Parramatta (now the University of Western Sydney campus).

The full frame, with the water of Airds Bay in Loch Etive behind us The principal front of Airds House The domestic offices The central block, which looks out over the bay

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