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Black Burn

Cup and Ring Marks / Rock Art

Black Burn (Cup and Ring Marks / Rock Art) by tiompan
tiompan Posted by tiompan
15th July 2013ce
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Comments (3)

I know it's not why you put this one up but I do like to play 'guess the hill in the background' on your photos. I'm still thinking about this one :-) thelonious Posted by thelonious
15th July 2013ce
Farragon Hill is the highest hill to the left of the tree ,with the ridge continuing to the right being between the Tay and Tummel .Not sure if the next hill ,which is much further is Carn Liath or Braigh Coire Chruin Bhalgain as they are both in line from that point , the latter is higher and just might scrape it . The n ben Varckie seen in line with the plantation .On good day from this area views to the east include Mayar and Driesh 50km away . tiompan Posted by tiompan
24th July 2013ce
I reckoned it was Farragon (I call it the currant bun hill cos I never can remember names of hills and it looks a little like one). Ben Vrackie is a favourite. Views to Mayar and Driesh, I wouldn't guessed that, amazing. thelonious Posted by thelonious
24th July 2013ce
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