|Title||Teindland Forest This stretch of forest road is uncharacteristically wet - usually they are better drained.|
|Photo's author||Anne Burgess User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||22 Mar 2007 00:00:00|
|Original size||427 x 640|
|Retrieved from source on||16 Mar 2012 11:00:57 (UTC)|
Teindland Forest This stretch of forest road is uncharacteristically wet - usually they are better drained.
Triangulation Pillar This trig point is now useless, being surrounded by mature trees. It is 176 metres above sea level,and bears number S7083.
Teindland Forest The fallen trees at the left have made the road shown on the map totally impassable, but fortunately it was not too rough going round by the unplanted area across the burn.
Plastic Pond Liner Intrigued by the odd appearance of the banks of the pool, I went to take a closer look, and the pond is indeed lined with a vast sheet of plastic. I wonder why? One heather plant ha…
Plastic Pond Liner
Forest Pool There's just a glimpse of this largish pond from the track. It is protected by deer fence, but there is a stile where the wire netting can be unhooked to give access. There are at least th…
Pond in the Forest
Pond in the Forest Although it looks appealingly blue from this angle, the water in this artificial pond was in fact bright green and murky.
Teindland Forest A clear-felled area in the middle of the forest. In the distance there is a glimpse of Fochabers, and the highest point on the skyline is the Bin of Cullen.
Forest Clearing Most of this square is forest, and in most places the trees come right to the edge of the track. Here, however, there is a small clearing. The birch tree in the centr has had one of it…
Teindland Forest Most of this square is occupied by forestry. Here there are Larch and Scots Pine, and the whitich patches on the ground are reindeer moss.
Teindland Forest A gap in the dense planting allows the sky to be reflected in a small pool by the forest track.
Teindland Forest Fallen trees lie across a firebreak in a section planted with larches.
Light at the End of the Tunnel?
Light at the End of the Tunnel? A blink of sun lights up a gloomy gap in Teindland Wood.
Gate in the Deer Fence
Gate in the Deer Fence The block of forest to the right here is protected by deer fencing. There seems to be a path disappearing into the trees to the left of the gate, but my footwear was unsuitable …
Rothes Cycle Trail The trail is signposted from here, but I am unsure how it got there to begin with.
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