Brecknish from Allanfearn Reflections in the Beauly Firth on Christmas morning. The picturesque siting of the houses conceals a sand and gravel pit on Alturlie Point beyond them.
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Agriculture and tourism
The village is located beside the Moray Firth with most of the fields now being used for hay making or grazing for cattle. The hamlet of Alturlie Point was once a fishing village with nine cottages which would have been the former homes of the salmon fishermen.
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