Ancient burial ground on the shoreline, 2 miles north of Pirnmill, Isle of Arran, Scotland. The Kintyre peninsula is in the background.
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|Title||Abandoned open pit Baryte mine just below the summit of Ben Eagach (also: Beinn Eagagach) in the highlands north of Aberfeldy, Perthsire, Scotland|
|Photo's author||Vincent van Zeijst User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||15 Jul 2010 00:00:00|
|Original size||1287 x 855|
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|Camera model||NIKON CORPORATION / NIKON D5000|
|Exposure time||1/250 s|
|Focal length||18.0 mm|
Abandoned open pit Baryte mine just below the summit of Ben Eagach (also: Beinn Eagagach) in the highlands north of Aberfeldy, Perthsire, Scotland
Beinn Eagagach track Walkers on the track past the old mines on Beinn Eagagach, Farragon Hill beyond
Loch Derculich in the Scottish Highlands, 3 miles north of Aberfeldy, Perthshire.
Abandones and water-filled shaft of a Baryte mine in the Scottish Highlands at Ben Eagach, 4 miles north of Aberfeldy, Perthshire. [On Ordnance Survey maps Ben Eagach is referred to as Beinn Eagagach]
Beinn Eagagach From an eastern outlier. Note the fence posts going to the top of the mountain. Schiehallion is on the right.
Quarry beside the Beinn Eagagach track A water filled quarry coloured by dissolved minerals found just off the track.
Meall an Fhearna
Meall an Fhearna Across the northern slopes of Beinn Eagagach. The snow on sunless north facing slopes remained frozen and icy, requiring care or crampons.
The northeast slopes of Beinn Eagagach
The northeast slopes of Beinn Eagagach Frozen Duntanlich Lochan is in the centre with Strath Tummel beyond.