Dollar Glen Scotland in Clackmannanshire is in the middle of a frosty and mist covered spell of wintery weather.
An interesting look at mid-winter from mid-summer to remind us of Scotland’s seasonal climate. This was during a period of high-pressure with little wind, clear skies and bitterly cold evenings. The trees found in Dollar Glen have good variety in shape and variety. The naming of this glen is interesting with the Burn of Sorrow above…
An autumn stroll above the Ochils Dollar in Clackmannanshire. Castle Campbell (aka Castle Gloom) looks over the Forth Valley. Midday sun in November brought the colours to life as a mist creeps along the river Forth in the valley below.
I’m not apologising for more shots of this great glen. Dollar Glen in Clackmannanshire. Topped-off with Castle Campbell.
Go for a tour or spin in Dollar Glen and see how Castle Campbell nestles into the Ochils. It spins, magnifies and if you click the full-screen button enlarges the view.
Dollar Glen is a beautiful gorge set into the eastern flank of the Ochils. At the head sits Castle Campbell. A 15th century tower built for the Campbells of Argyll (who fought their neighbours, the Clan Lamont in 1645-46). The glen is at its best in Autumn with a range of trees producing a fantastic…