These have to be the most photogenic trees in the Black Isle. I’ve snapped them in winter, spring, and the height of summer. But sometimes with the background of a May yellow from oil seed rape, and the green of a spring leave, they just stand out from the forest.
It was a glorious day in Easter Ross, and I was feeling a wee bit aggrieved that colleagues had managed to get take a day off at short notice to enjoy the weather and the snow. However I managed to juggle things – and move a meeting from Inverness to Evanton – that gave me a two hour window to climb to the Fyrish Monument at Lunchtime yesterday. A bit hazy (12C!) but fantastic views in a brilliant spring sunshine.