|Title||Woodland, Bracketriggs To the south of the Sma' Glen road the ground is wet, favouring sally trees.|
|Photo's author||Richard Webb User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||28 Oct 2007 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 480|
|Retrieved from source on||13 Mar 2012 18:04:35 (UTC)|
Woodland, Bracketriggs To the south of the Sma' Glen road the ground is wet, favouring sally trees.
Woodland, Bracketriggs Much of this pinewood has recently been felled.
Connachan Lodge Cup and Ring marked Stone
Connachan Lodge Cup and Ring marked Stone This decorated glacial erratic is well worth the visit. Food and drink at Foulford Inn in the background.
Foulford Inn. On A822 north of Comrie, Perthshire
Woods and pastureland near Fendoch Fendoch Burn in the foreground
Lochan and rough pasture near Connachan Lodge Foulford Hotel on the A822 in the distance on the right.
Woodland, Fendoch A mature pine plantation opposite the entrance to Fendoch.
Woodland track This track leads through old pine trees towards the A822 from the Fendoch Burn.
Fendoch Burn A loop in the Fendoch Burn where it runs between the bracken and a stand of conifers.
Ruin This looks like the remains of an abandoned croft, but nothing is shown on the OS map at this point.
A822 near Fendoch
Corner of plantation This plantation runs along the lower slopes of the ridge north of Loch Meallbrodden. The section of forestry which crosses the ridge has been felled, but this is left standing.
Felled forestry The strip of this curiously shaped plantation which climbs up and over the ridge has recently been felled and a rough track driven through to provide access to the anemometer in the di…
Moorland to the east of Connachan Lodge Glen Almond beyond.
Entering the Sma' Glen
Sma Glen A spectacular bit of Glen Almond with a road running through it, an important pass and former droving route. The heather is just starting to flower. The Scurran in the background, above the s…
Perthshire welcome mat It may be a generalisation, but I have a distinct impression that the once common, now illegal "Get off moi land" signs in Perthshire have been replaced by more constructive for…
Scottish Heather A view from the road going through The Sma' Glen, Perthshire
Perth and Kinross, Scotland, United Kingdom osm
|County||Perth and Kinross|