A classic Scottsih Autumn scene, with colourful trees and bracken on the hillsides and a loch in the distance. The rocky limestone outcrop created a strong foreground lead in, which was continued by the road and trees, all the way to Dunalastair Water. The small tree was somehow, clinging to life in a shallow cleft in the rock. If only it had grown a few feet away, in the relatively fertile soil, life would have been so much easier. Photo © copyright by Graham Chalmers.