Bridge End, Northmostown. Cottages close to the River Otter and Newton Poppleford Bridge, a few yards off the A3052; looking down the lane to Northmostown.
Ceres from the air
|Title||Gateway to Inverugie in early Summer. Inverugie House can be seen in the splendid, evening, June sunshine peeping between the trees.|
|Photo's author||Des Colhoun User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||13 Jun 2006 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 427|
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|Camera model||Canon / Canon EOS 350D DIGITAL|
|Exposure time||1/80 s|
|Focal length||35.0 mm|
Gateway to Inverugie in early Summer. Inverugie House can be seen in the splendid, evening, June sunshine peeping between the trees.
Camus's Stone The stone is a slab of quartz-mica-schist, probably quarried locally, and it bears two cup-and-ring marks on its other face. The name is thought to be from Gaelic, meaning a curve or ben…
Inverugie House Built in 1864 to a design by Alexander Reid of architects A and W Reid of Elgin and Inverness.
Mains of Inverugie
Mains of Inverugie A glimpse through the trees of the house and steadings at Mains of Inverugie.
Christmas Tree Nursery
Christmas Tree Nursery Each of the hundreds of young trees in serried ranks here is in a black flowerpot, so presumably they are destined for eventual sale as Christmas trees in pots. Inverugis House …
Looking seaward to Hopeman.
Woods near Keam