The Lowran Burn tumbles down the hill into Loch Ken through a series of small waterfalls through the dense trees of the Galloway Forest Park. This spring time shot shows that it’s quite gloomy under the canopy which adds to the feeling of enclosed mystery. A true fairy glen.
A view taken on the edge of Loch Ken after a summer of heavy rain. Loch Ken forms part of the River Dee catchment which is a major producer of hydro power from its source in the mountains and as it descends through a series of lochs down to the sea in South West Scotland.
Situated on the west side of Loch Ken is Lowran Burn, a magical place of rushing water, moss covered boulders and fallen trees. Making your way up the steep hillside is no easy task but a worthwhile adventure, especially when it brings woodland views like this.