I’ll taken these photos whilst visiting The Queen Elizabeth Forest near Stirling Scotland.
A view across Loch Lomand from Little Dumpy Scotland
Taken by Loch Awe just off the A82 Dalmally Scotland
Came across this shot whilst climbing up to Mither Tap with the Hill fort O’ Bennachie in the background, the hillfort was a stronghold of the Picts.
The sun shining through the trees after a shower of rain taken in the Queen Elizabeth Forest Park Scotland
Autumn is rich in colours, i taken this on the Rob Roy way near Stirling Scotland.
Mist on the mountains across the Loch.
The Druid’s Temple at South Ythsie is in what used to be called the Chapel fauld. This 27 feet diameter six stone circle has no recumbent stone and is typical of those found in East Scotland. The stone date back 2000 BC and stand on a 3 foot mound approximately 200 feet above sea level.
Emily the Highland cow taken near Stirling Scotland.
A ruined by the bank of Loch Awe, it was constructed in the 15th Century and was owned by the Campbells of Glenorchy.