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Photos from Dumfries and Galloway - Page 1

The images listed here are all taken from the walks featured on this website.

Images from the Walks
171801The lighthouse on the Mull of Galloway
200401View south from Calfield Road over Langholm & Esk valley
200402Pleasant walking to Calfield Rig from Langholm
200403View from summit of Calfield Rig
200404The summit of Calfield Rig is an excellent viewpoint
200405The minor summit of Black Knowe provides excellent views
200406Langholm is a gateway to Southern Uplands of Scotland
200407View into Esk valley from Mid Hill
200601A view of the Grey Mare's Tail and White Coomb
200602Loch Skene is a hidden gem
200603Loch Skene seen from the slopes of White Coomb
200604Tail Burn is the exit stream from Loch Skene
200801Black Hope Glen is seen here from Hartfell Rig
200802Hound Shoulder on Coomb Craig view from Falcon Craig
200803Highlight of Black Hope Glen is Black Crag pinnacle
200804Black Hope Glen from Saddle Craig
203501The view from the A701 north of Moffat towards Hartfell Spa
204501Sailfoot House with Sailfoot Law & Broken Back
204502View from Sailfoot Law to Saddle Yoke & Black Hope
204503View of Broken Back during a descent from Capel Fell
205001Merlin's Cave near Newton Farm, Moffat
205002Looking north east to the Crown of Scotland
205003A view of the Devil's Beef Tub
206801Kirkmaiden Church
206802Monreith Bay
262301Benyellery cairn with Merrick beyond
262302View over Neive of the Spit from Benyellery to Merrick
262303Merrick summit with the Rhinns of Kells in the distance
265801St Ninian's Cave near Whithorn
331601Lake District from across Solway Firth
331602The lane leading down to Kippford
331603The Urr Water estuary
331605'Two's Company' at Kippford
331606'Peep' at Kippford

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