Comrie, Strathearn
Comrie, Strathearn
Landscape vista from Dun Mor in Glen Lednock looking down on Comrie and Strathearn
It was the first time I'd ever climbed up Dun Mor to the monument up Glen Lednock; I was not disappointed with the view south over Comrie.
The Highland Boundary Fault runs straight through this photo - on the right side, just between the top of the tree and the base of the distant hills (along Glen Artney), through Cultybraggan camp and right through the south end of the village of Comrie / Dalginross.
Camera Exif Information
Date/Time:2015-04-25T13:18:20
Original Date-Time:2015-04-25T13:18:20
Exposure Programme:Aperture priority
Exposure Time:1/60 s
Aperture F/number:F8
Focal Length:18.0 mm
Camera Make:SONY
Metering Mode:Multi-segment
Camera Model:NEX-7
Date/Time Digitized:2015-04-25T13:18:20
Exposure Mode:Auto bracket
ISO sensitivity:100
Colour-space:sRGB
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