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Cairn Coinneachan


<b>Cairn Coinneachan</b>Posted by GLADMAN
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<b>Cairn Coinneachan</b>Posted by GLADMAN
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Cairn Coinneachan (Cairn(s)) by GLADMAN Toward the cairn from the Allt Choinneachain stream, which rises in boggy ground a little below and to the west of the monument - in other words Cairn Coinneachan is located upon the high ground between (as far as I'm aware)the sources of two water courses (the other that of Barvick Burn to the approx north-east). Incidentally the blackened heather seemed a little ironic in the prevailing conditions........
GLADMAN Image Credit: Robert Gladstone
Posted by GLADMAN
18th June 2011ce
Edited 18th February 2014ce
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I haven't been commenting much recently Gladman though still looking at all the amazing photos various people have taken. I must say something about this photo though - very beautiful. I can almost hear the water. tjj Posted by tjj
18th June 2011ce
Thanks tjj. To be honest I think I can still hear the water! Perhaps that has always been - and was intended to be - part of the experience here? GLADMAN Posted by GLADMAN
18th June 2011ce
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