Caiplie Coves

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… I’ve walked by and around
this amazing rock formation
a million times at least …

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… but never until this week have I ventured to the top …

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… I don’t have a great head for heights
so don’t really know what possessed me  …

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… yikes! it certainly looks a long way down …

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… best to look straight ahead …

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… or even at the graffiti carved into the top …

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… young loves no doubt…

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… interesting to see the world from a new perspective
but in future I will stay firmly on the ground …

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… and admire the colours …

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… and forms …

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… more interesting info here …

http://canmore.rcahms.gov.uk/en/site/34025/details/caiplie+the+coves/

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~ by marysia on 8 June 2014.

2 Responses to “Caiplie Coves”

  1. The colours of the rocks are gorgeous, reminds me of rocks in South America!

  2. Yes. Or even Uluru (Ayres Rock) in Australia where like these the colour changes with the light and rainfall.

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