|Title||Roe deer One of a pair of deer that paused on the skyline to watch us.|
|Photo's author||Rob Burke User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||06 Oct 2007 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 479|
|Retrieved from source on||16 Mar 2012 20:34:43 (UTC)|
Roe deer One of a pair of deer that paused on the skyline to watch us.
Below Conlan Hill Looking towards Deuchary Hill.
Bracken, heather, dyke and hills
Conlan Hill. Looking east
Deuchary Hill Near the summit, looking south. A faint footpath leads into the distance.
Girl on the Trig Group of young climbers having fun at the summit of Deuchary Hill.
View towards Dubh Loch. Dubh Loch (the far one) looking east from trig point on Deuchary Hill.
Summit rocks, Deuchary Hill
North from Deuchary Hill (510m)
Path below Deuchary Hill This footpath links The Glack and Grewshill.
Deuchary Hill Although it is not marked on the map a path does lead all the way to the top of Deuchary Hill and, in fact, a traverse of the summit is possible by footpath from north to south.
Looking south west. Knock of Findowie just out of image to the left. Mill Dam in the glen cutting across the picture.
Road Junction The left fork goes to Loch Ordie, the right goes to Riemore. This is the end of the tarred section.
Track up to Grewshill
Sancta Crux Well This spring has a font and must have been used for baptisms in the past. The spring is fenced in because the water is now used by the farms for drinking water
The font of the "Sancta Crux Well"
Roe deer buck in velvet This picture was taken in early spring and this roe deer buck is regrowing his antlers. At present they are covered with skin (velvet) which will soon come off. He will lead a …
Tayside Region, Scotland, United Kingdom osm