Hill and high water

I was walking in the Pentlands recently when I came on this view from the edge of the Kitchen Moss. The scene is from 'The Howe', which used to be a shepherd's cottage, then over Loganlea and Glencorse reservoirs to Castlelaw Hill which is dappled with sunlight and cloud shadows. The surface of the water is being whipped up by passing wind squalls and the heather is just coming into bloom and I thought it was worth a picture. I've seen this view many times before and I never tire of it.' ' 'George Kemp.
I was walking in the Pentlands recently when I came on this view from the edge of the Kitchen Moss. The scene is from 'The Howe', which used to be a shepherd's cottage, then over Loganlea and Glencorse reservoirs to Castlelaw Hill which is dappled with sunlight and cloud shadows. The surface of the water is being whipped up by passing wind squalls and the heather is just coming into bloom and I thought it was worth a picture. I've seen this view many times before and I never tire of it.' ' 'George Kemp.
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