|Title||Lane to Little Hunclett Running NNE, the tarmac ends as the lane climbs the hill and it becomes a much rougher surface.|
|Photo's author||Ian Balcombe User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||06 Dec 2008 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 426|
|Retrieved from source on||08 Mar 2012 06:53:08 (UTC)|
Lane to Little Hunclett Running NNE, the tarmac ends as the lane climbs the hill and it becomes a much rougher surface.
Lane to Little Hunclett
Little Hunclett Farm
Little Hunclett Farm Looking southwest, and downhill, through torrential rain.
Towards White Moss looking NE
Towards White Moss looking NE Gently climbing toward the skyline and flat top of White Moss. The field has been ploughed.
House sheltered by trees. This is an unusual sight in Orkney; a house with mature trees planted all the way round to act as shelter.
Towards White Moss
Towards White Moss Looking northwards over this gently rising ground. pouring with rain.
Across country view from Little Hunclett. The farmland stretches across to Scapa Flow, some 4km distant. There's very little settlement in this exposed area of Orkney.
Farm building and a Claas combine harvester at Little Hunclett.
Unclassified road at Little Hunclett.
Rough track near Little Hunclett
Rough track near Little Hunclett Looking SSW towards Scomuir.
Muckle Hunclett Farm
Muckle Hunclett Farm Seen through the rain as it began to pour down.
Access track to Scomuir
Access track to Scomuir Even in the winter it's difficult to see through the trees from this side.
Looking eastwards over Heathery Howes
Looking eastwards over Heathery Howes Fairly featureless, but the name of the place makes up for that. The linear settlement along the A960 near Groatster clearly visible in the distance.
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