Campsie Hills in the Spring – 2

More from the series of photographs taken at the Campsie Hills in spring 2012. These images are available to licence and/or purchase as prints from Dunmaglas Photography.

View over the Kelvin Valley from the Campsie Fell in East Dunbartonshire, Scotland - stock image from Dunmaglas Photography

View over a hazy Kelvin Valley from the Campsie Fell in East Dunbartonshire, Scotland

A wind farm behind the Campsie Hills - stock image from Dunmaglas Photography

View of a wind farm behind the Campsie Hills.

A wind farm behind the Campsie Hills - stock image from Dunmaglas Photography

View of windmills behind the Campsie Hills

A ruined cottage on the hillside above Campsie Glen - stock image from Dunmaglas Photography

A ruined cottage on the hillside above Campsie Glen

View from behind the Campsie Fell - stock image from Dunmaglas Photography

View from behind the Campsie Fell, looking over the Crow Road winding into the distance.

View from behind the Campsie Fell in East Dunbartonshire, Scotland - stock image and print from from Dunmaglas Photography

View from behind the Campsie Fell, looking over the Crow Road winding into the distance past the pine wood

View from the Campsie fell in East Dunbartonshire, Scotland - stock image from Dunmaglas Photography

Looking West from the Campsie Fell below Earl’s seat towards the opposite hill slope. I particularly like the effect of this photograph as it creates an illusion of looking down onto a flat plain with a river flowing through a gully on the right of the image. though the incline is infact roughly the same as the slope I was standing on. Out of sight the Crow Road and the Kirk Burn run through the valley at the foot of the slopes. The grooves cut into the ground are in preparation for tree planting.

View from the Campsie Fell - stock image from Dunmaglas Photography

View from the Campsie Fell looking West below Earl’s Seat. A closer view of the ridges cut into the opposite slope creating an even stronger impression of a flat plateau compared with the above image. With minimal landscape features it is difficult to gain any sense of scale when looking at this image and I can easily imagine I’m looking at an aerial photograph.

View from the Campsie Fell - stock image from Dunmaglas Photography

View from the Campsie fell looking West below Earl’s Seat towards the opposite slope. Another illusion of flat landscape.

View from behind the Campsie Fell - stock image from Dunmaglas Photography

View from behind the Campsie Fell, looking over the Crow Road winding into the distance.

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