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Manuel Gloger


Pro Member, Düsseldorf

Balhomish Farm

Die Balhomish Farm liegt westlich des kleinen Ortes Birnam/Dunkeld und ist von dort auch auf einem Wanderweg durch das Birnam Glen, entlang des Inchewan Burn zu erreichen.

Während meine schottischen Freunde John und Gordon nach Haselnussstämmen für die Wanderstäbe Ausschau hielten, lief ich - auf der Suche nach Fotomotiven - mal vor und mal hinter ihnen. Nach einem kurzen Fotostop verlor ich sie plötzlich, für einige Zeit, aus den Augen und landete an der höchsten Stelle des Weges, wo ich diese Aufnahme machte.
(Aufgenommen im April 2013)

Birnam Glen # 02
Birnam Glen # 02
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Birnam Glen # 01
Birnam Glen # 01
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Inchewan Burn - Birnam Glen #01
Inchewan Burn - Birnam Glen #01
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Johns Walking Sticks
Johns Walking Sticks
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One hour of scottish music: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=oMgQ7x2T9Yg


Balhomish Farm
A dwelling house, farm steading & Offices two stories slated and
in good repair the property of Sir William Stewart, Baronet Murthly.
The property is located in city of Perthshire in PH8 0BW Postcode. It is an active and deliverable address. It is situated in Scotland. It comes under Strathtay ward in Perth and Kinross district. It is at an elevation of 99 meter above sea level.
The approximate latititude and longitude of the property are 56.555639, -3.58 respectively.


Inchewan Path
Distance: 8 km (5 ml) - Approx time: 2½ hrs - Start & finish: Birnam

"One of the most varied paths in the network,the road hugs the Beatrix Potter Garden and follows the banks of the picturesque Inchewan Burn into the woodland of Birnam Glen. Cross the Inchewan Burn into Ladywell Plantation, where open clearings allow attractive views of the surrounding hills and straths. After the path passes through the birch of Tomgarrow Wood it opens out into the rough pasture of Balhomish. The path turns off the forestry track just before Balhomish Farm, crossing fields, before returning to Birnam Glen."

http://www.pkc.gov.uk/media/25247/Dunkeld-Path-Network-leaflet/pdf/DunkeldPathsleaflet_amended1

Google Maps: https://goo.gl/maps/gfK4E65sjCy

Viewranger Map: http://my.viewranger.com/route/details/MjNfNTc5Ng==?locale=de

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