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The Angus Glens

Not far from my hometown we have some excellent walks and scenery. These were taken on the Airlie to Clova path.

Robin by dode21, on Flickr

The path to Loch Wharral by dode21, on Flickr

Glen Clova Panorama by dode21, on Flickr

Glen Clova by dode21, on Flickr
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Re: The Angus Glens

First two are my favourites..

Who can resist a robin. And that landscape seems to go on forever..........
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Re: The Angus Glens

Some excellent scenery you have there.. and nice when sprinkled with a frosty topping

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Re: The Angus Glens

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And that landscape seems to go on forever..........

It does when you are walking through it!
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Re: The Angus Glens

Especially when you need to be back to pick up your kids and you're running late....

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It does when you are walking through it!
I meant to add how much I enjoyed looking at these pictures and how they brought back memories. I walked through Glen Clover as part of a coast to coast backpack way back in 1985.
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Re: The Angus Glens

Wonderful set from a sharp robin to a strangely Blue Stream thingy, I forget is it a Burn, no looks too wide for that. Great, but tell, how was the water so blue??
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Wonderful set from a sharp robin to a strangely Blue Stream thingy, I forget is it a Burn, no looks too wide for that. Great, but tell, how was the water so blue??
Thanks iso, I can only assume it is the blue sky being reflected on the river.

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What luck - such an amazing effect.
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