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Robin De Baere

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Richard Crowest

The Spey and Feshie Valleys from Creag Far-leitire

Uath Lochan Nature Trail, Inshriach Forest, Highland Region, Scotland, UK

7 April 2006, 11.30am

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© 2006 Richard Crowest, All Rights Reserved.

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As with last year, this isn't perhaps my favourite of the year, but apart from the other WWP contributions, I only shot two panoramas for pleasure this year! Work has well and truly taken over - hopefully we'll be able to add more examples of work for our clients to our web site soon. Rather than duplicate something that's already on the site (Carnation, Lily, Lily, Rose), I thought it was about time I stitched this hand-held effort from a holiday back in April.

Uath Lochan is the start of one of many excellent paths and trails created and managed by the Forestry Commission. I first visited here nearly 20 years ago, and this was my first trip back to recapture the views over the Spey valley and to the sheer hills across the river Feshie that mark the western edge of the Cairngorms.

The opening view is to the north towards Loch Insh, with its watersports centre and a restaurant that's provided many a holiday dinner over the years. The grey clouds round to the east were as threatening as they looked - it started to snow just as we got back to the car, and within minutes the roads were white and slippery.

Location

Europe / UK-Scotland

Lat: 57° 6' 4" N
Long: 3° 55' 58" W

Elevation: 340m

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Precision is: Medium. Nearby, but not to the last decimal.

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Equipment

Nikon Coolpix 4500, hand-held.
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