Running rings round Doughnot Hill
Take in the trig point on top of the brilliantly named Doughnot Hill in the Kilpatrick Hills north of Glasgow.
Captured several years ago, this photograph of low-lying fog was taken from the trig point on Sheeans, looking towards Goatfell on Arran.
The Isle of Arran has a huge variety of landscapes from peaceful wooded valleys to the rocky slopes of Goatfell, with a peak at 874m. It's a popular destination for photographers, walkers and wildlife spotters, drawing visitors from across the world. It was even featured on one of the OS picnic rugs! Near to where this photo was taken you will find Brodick Castle, which features on the back of the Scottish £20 note, and has a long an complex history, changing hands repeatedly over time.
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Like amazing landscape images? The Country Walking 2020 walker's calendar features a different image for each month taken by Tom Bailey, along with suggestions for things to do, top tips and plenty of space to note down your appointments.
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