I am impressed of the photographic presentation from his Scotland hike
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I’d been holding out for a decent weather forecast for the weekend. After a week of blue skies and 20ºC+ temperatures, it was inevitable that the weekend would return to normality. In part anyway, it was still very mild, but rain was forecast and a layer of mist hung over Fife. I was toying with an overnighter on Beinn a’Ghlo, but plans changed over breakfast. Firstly, to the Trossachs with Margaret, then after some thought, closer to home. Falkland to be precise.
I’d heard of this walk from an ex- work colleague and hit up Walk Highlands for the route. We headed out past the red brick factory and into the trees above the village. The diffuse light amongst the trees made for an atmospheric climb and some pleasant photo opportunities. Margaret was cursing her camera, but her mood lightened instantly when I pointed out the red squirrel a short…
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