These Scots Pines in Glen Falloch just south of Crianlarich are a left over from the days when the Scots Pine grew all over Scotland.
Now these remnants of the old Caledon forest are sparse in population but they make a wonderful subject on a sunlit autumn afternoon, but equally impressive as here on a grey drizzly day in mid January.
Planting of Scots Pine saplings is taking place at various locales across Scotland but it will be a couple of hundred years before they reach the majesty of these.
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