This is a collection of local photography which I create around Scotland’s smallest country of Clackmannanshire and its villages.
The county includes the towns of Alloa, Dollar, Menstrie, Alva, Kennet and others. Because of its varied geography it offers a wide range of scenes, atmospheres, and vegetation. From the flat plains of the Forth Valley bounded by the River Forth on the South which contrasts with the Ochil hills in the north. Most noteworthy is the lush Gartmorn Dam and the open fields of Kennet.
The woods behind Alva and Tillicoultry offer great views of the surrounding Forth valley and the surrounding woodland. It is and easy ramble anyone can do with several routes and good paths. See Ochil Woodland 2