Loch Lomond National Park Memorial Sculpture
Loch Lomond National Park Memorial Sculpture - Since 1995, the area around Ben Lomond, including the mountain summit, has been designated as a war memorial, called the Ben Lomond National Memorial Park.
The park is dedicated to those who gave their lives in the First and Second World Wars and was created out of the former Rowardennan Estate with the support of the National Heritage Memorial Fund.
The Memorial Park was officially opened on Armistice Day in 1997 by the Rt Hon Donald Dewar, then Secretary of State for Scotland and later becoming the first First Minister of Scotland.
At the opening ceremony he unveiled a granite sculpture by Doug Cocker, a Scottish artist who had won a competition organized by the Scottish Sculpture Trust to design a permanent monument for the park.
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|Location||Loch Lomond National Park Memorial Sculpture|
|How to get here||See Map|
|Google Maps||5964+86 Rowardennan Lodge, Glasgow|
|Where to park||Carpark by the shore|
|What to shoot||Loch Lomond|
|When to shoot||During daylight hours.|
|Camera||Canon 1Ds III|
|Lens||Samyang 24 mm F3.5 Tilt Shift Lens|
|Shutter Speed||1/8 sec|
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