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Forest Walk, Skelbo, Sutherland, Scotland
Scotland

Skelbo Forest Walk.

There are miles of forest walk around here and they are very enjoyable on a nice day. The day I was there it was an overcast day with drizzle falling, turning to rain as I finished taking the pictures. Since I had to hurry this isn't a HDR picture so the sky is overexposed and washed out but I think there is a need to show pictures of places in less than ideal conditions just to show that it is not always sunny and warm.

Copyright: John leith
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Uploaded: 24/10/2011
Updated: 15/09/2014
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Tags: trees; pine; skelbo; forest walk; sutherland; drizzle
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