Today our featured post from the TGO Blogger Network is a beautiful photo essay of Creag Bheag, David Lintern’s new local hill
David Lintern has been a regular contributor to The Great Outdoors for some years now, as well as other outdoor publications. His blog is a concentration of his writing elsewhere and showcases his exceptional outdoor photography.
Having recently moved to Kingussie with his family, David’s started to explore his local environment in earnest, and has found the small hill of Creag Bheag full of subtle rewards. In this post he shares some recent autumnal images along with observations on the wildlife, landscape and history of the area.
Read the post in full here.
Then the small details where the mountain fades back into the village: The rusted remains of cars, aging fencing collapsed under treefall, a haunted forestry ride overlooked by a dilapidated treehouse, pregnant with some memory of itself. These edge lands remind me of my youth on the fringes of another town in another country, same same but very different.