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Autumn Woodland near Loch Ness
Scotland

A track through the woods in autumn near Grotaig, Loch Ness, Scotland. The woodland is comprised mostly of birch and oak trees, with yellow autumn foliage. The branches and trunks of the trees are covered with fruticose lichens.

Copyright: Dave Kennard
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