From mostly anywhere around here, looking west along the Forth Valley the scene is dominated by the city of Stirling, with it's Castle and the National Wallace Monument on it's own outcrop of volcanic rock to the north. The Ochil Hills have a last hurrah in the double lump of Dumyat before fading off to be replaced further west with the more mountainous Trossachs.
It does mean that pointing a camera anywhere in that direction tends to focus around these landmarks, so it's always a bit of a challenge looking for new angles and ways to shoot. Never boring though.
Pretty much meant that most of the shooting I did through this past wet, windy and seasonably un-summer like July had the castle in the photo somewhere; it's in all of these...
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