Clackmannan in the Cold

This was a typically unpredictable morning. With a high pressure system in charge giving cold, frost and fog which had descended over Clackmannan meaning views were very peek-a-boo minute to minute. These photographs were taken from Kings Seat Hill upon which the parish of Clackmannan nestles.

It offers great views into Fife in the East, Ochils and Perthshire in the north, Stirling east and Falkirk to the south. The Bruce family settled and built one of the County of Clackmannanshire’s five towers to project their power.

Sunrise over the cold rooftops of Clackmannan


Robert the Bruce's Clackmannan Tower
Clackmannan Tower below the Moon


The Wallace Monument in Stirling and snow-capped Campsies in the distance with Alloa in the mist


Clackmannanshire and Kincardine bridges in cold weather with the heat of Grangemouth bubbling-up clouds


Robert the Bruce’s Clackmannan Tower in the mist


Snow-capped Ochils