I was working nightshift in Arbroath recently, and took advantage of having some good daylight in which to explore some bits of Angus, since I was travelling to there anyway.
The old hut in a field routine is always a good one! It doesn't always come in bright yellow.
This is in Glen Isla. I actually visited the glen twice in one week, after never have been there before. I visited on a Thursday then took my wife back on the Saturday as it was forecast to be the warmest place around. We had a really lovely day.
This is near Lunanhead.
Again near Lunanhead - I like the small fields and walls. Too often fields are merged together.
View near Craichie from the B9128. Looking towards the Angus Glens.
Similar photo to above, but with a wider angle. This is actually several photos stitched together.
One of the photos from the stitched view above.
And another - I like the details in these shots and the layers of colour.
The sheep were very settled and happy. Not something that happens in Scotland every year - quite often the lambs are shivering in the cold and wet.
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