April Squares: Mine Woods

From yesterday’s highest-we-have-ever-climbed post, it’s back down to earth today. However, I think this shot is proof that you can get great views, and still feel on top of the world, even though you aren’t high up yourself. This is a walk in January 2018 through Mine Woods above the pretty little spa town of Bridge of Allan in Stirlingshire. I’m looking out across the golf course to the snowy hilltops beyond, including Ben Ledi.

Linked to Becky’s #SquareTops challenge.

33 thoughts on “April Squares: Mine Woods

  1. Erica/Erika April 29, 2020 / 18:56

    The lighting is beautiful in this photo, with the mix of some shadows and possibly a hazy sky. You remind me of two songs, Anabel. “I can see for miles and miles….” and “Those were the days my friend.” Thank you for transporting me this morning.🙂

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  2. hilarymb April 22, 2020 / 09:52

    Hi Anabel – wonderful squares of fields to see … looks amazing – especially if you were on your way to a good lunch! Take care – Hilary

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  3. the eternal traveller April 22, 2020 / 02:57

    That’s very pretty. We went to the Highland Games at Bridge of Allan in August 1999. It was such a fun day and the weather was similar to your day.

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