Loch Shiel is the longest of the Scottish lochs to have retained a natural outflow without any regulation of its water level. Its place—Glenfinnan's place—in history is cemented as the site at which Bonnie Prince Charly raised his standard at the beginning of the Jacobin uprising in 1745.
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Prints on Kodak or Fuji papers are traditional chromogenic materials and with reasonable care images should be stable for 20+ years. Giclée (inkjet) prints with pigment inks on archival papers—the kind used here—are generally felt to be stable for 100+ years under optimal conditions. Canvas and other non-traditional media are likely to fall between these ranges.
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