One of the most iconic sights that I know is the lone Scots Pine on a isolated ridge. It never ceases to amaze me how these lone trees survive considering the conditions and extremes of weather in places like these. Nature really does amaze me at times and the gems that appear in the landscape can only fill you with wonder.
This lone Scots Pine stands proud and sentinel-like over the main Strathfarrar corridor between Loch Beannacharan and loch A’Mhuillidh. It catches the eye for miles around and is certainly “Majestic”.
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Have just found out that this tree is locally called “Pauline’s Tree” and has a rather touching story about it. Take a look a Colin Campbell’s A Photographer’s Guide to Glen Strathfarrar# and have a wee read.