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West Lothian Archaeology Group

Braemar and Dalvorar East

(Including The Royal Castle of Kindrochit)

Aberdeenshire

where we briefly joined a Young Archaeologists' Club Leader training course

run by the Scotland's Rural Past team from the RCAHMS   7 August 2010

Mar Lodge Base Camp

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Canmore: Braemar and Dalvorar

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The track to Dalvorar at the end of the road to the Linn of Dee.
Looking back along the Dee (Linn of Dee Bridge).
 

Dalvorar East

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Forestry Commission Community Rangers,  Jim Smalls, Emma Stewart and Jenny Crick.  Also YAC leaders, together with Rosie and John, and Piers, Brian and Tertia from the RCAHMS.

Pole aerial photo taken by a course member

 
Looking eastwards.

 Pole aerial photo taken by a course member

Pole aerial photo taken by a course member.
Pole aerial photo taken by a course member.
Pole aerial photo in the near infra-red.

(Single shot using 10 second timer)

 

The Royal Castle of Kindrochit in Mar

Canmore

Balnellan Road opposite the car park in Braemar, looking north.
Looking west over Balnellan Road.
Looking northwards to Mar and Invercauld Road.
Looking approximately north-east.
When taking a photo, especially with a pole, it is sometimes rewarding to take a photo in the opposite

direction to the scene of interest.  This is the view in the opposite direction to the image above it.