Thursday, 4 April 2013

Ness Islands

As the name suggests, Ness Islands are alongside the River Ness in Inverness. The towers of the Cathedral can just be seen in the far distance. The Islands are a popular walk with tourists and locals alike, being the home to a number of imported species of trees and also home to wildlife such as bats and otters, and the occasional deer.
A carpet of flowers. A few days after this photograph was taken the whole area would have been very colourful.
A small, wooded cutting. 
One of the many paths through Ness Islands.
Water flowing into the River Ness. 
There is something very hypnotic and peaceful about the sound of flowing water. 

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