Pack Horse Splendour

October 11, 2020 at 1:20 pm

There is little doubt that the Pack Horse bridge at Carrbridge, in the Spey valley, is one of the finest in Scotland. I have always wanted to view it in its Autumn colours and last week it was exceptional. Built 304 years ago and almost washed away in 1829 it has stood the test of time and more recently the regular storms with global warming. It could never look more impressive than it did last week.
The Caledonian forests held Coal Tits, Crested Tits and Red Squirrels. Along the coast I was able to film a species that I had never filmed before when we came across Rock Pipits feeding amongst weeds in a harbour enclosure. Not quite as spectacular as the Wryneck of last week but a new photo species for me. click here