The thaw continues…
22nd January 2020
Another mild and cloudy day. Despite it being a lovely day in the glen – Eleven degrees centigrade and sunny in Ballochbuie Forest – above 900 metres you were in the cloud and it was damp with soft, wet snow. Not particularly exciting – and hard to get any decent photos – so a bit of a random selection today. The forecast for tomorrow is for more of the same … getting a little cooler on Friday.
Some deeper deposits in wind sheltered locations. Burn line at 920m.
Part of the Canberra that crashed on Carn an t-Sagairt Mor on its way to RAF Kinloss on 22 November, 1956. There’s a large amount of aircraft debris on this Munro – Interesting if you are into that sort of thing – I always feel a bit sad for the two chaps that didn’t make it…
Up in the cloud, so not a great shot – Ptarmigan trying to blend in.
A much more pleasant day out of the cloud. Heather burning taking place on the moorland – (above the left hand side of the tree)
The Garbh Allt has a bit of melt water in it at the moment.
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