Photographer's Note

I was told that the church from this photograph is the smallest in Scotland, but I really need more information about it, place, history, etc.
Photo was taken from the boat in the east Kyle of Bute, north from Rothesay (and probably Ardmaleish).

In the meantime some info about The Isle of Bute: in the Firth of Clyde, is only 15 miles long and 3 miles wide. Bute is separated from the mainland of Scotland by a narrow channel called the Kyles of Bute. Much of the island consists of low hills, more reminiscent of Dorset than the Scottish Highlands. The south of the island is flatter than the north, and more fertile. Bute benefits from the warm Gulf Stream that enables palms and other tender plants to grow. In its heyday the Isle of Bute, and Rothesay in particular, was a magnet for tourists from Glasgow.

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