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Drawn with the sketchbook inverted, this sketch has been identified as a view of Bracklinn Falls and the Bracklinn Bridge above them, from the east bank of the Keltie Water on the hillside above Callander.1 The bridge is indicated by a sort of ladder shape, just to the left of the centre of the sketch. Turner walked up the west side of the burn and crossed over the bridge to reach the east bank. There are further sketches of the bridge on folios 10 and 12 (D26735, D26733; CCLXXII 36a, 35a). The mountain at the top of the page may be Ben Ledi to the west.
For further sketches of the falls made during this brief excursion from Callander, see folio 33 (D26744; CCLXXII 39a).
Wallace-Hadrill and Carolan 1990, Vol.10 No.2, p.26.