Posted: 13/02/2017 at 17:47
What a shame GD. It's quite sad when the ground is disappearing, even if it's removing something which is a reminder of an unhappy time. I was wondering what the little building was too.
Lovely pix Liri. Hoar frost makes a great subject when it's on vegetation of any kind. Love the tree too.
Loch Linnhe - like most of our lochs - is beautiful at any time, but there's no doubt the blue sky and a 'dicht' of snow add a certain something. Hope it warms up for you in March. The winds have been pretty brisk recently.
I was just looking at a chap's walk report from Saturday - one of the four Tyndrum hills - and the summit cairn pic is spectacular. It's a wave of frozen snow. Wish I could do a link to it. it's really beautiful
The snow was so dazzling on The Mamores and the Nevis hills that they almost didn't show up properly in the photos. Always a delight when it's like that.
I stopped and took a quick pic of Ben Lomond on the way back too, to add to my collection of 'The Beacon HIll' of Glasgow. The clag that had shrouded it on the outward journey had lifted from the summit.