Dunchraigaig cairn

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Dunchraigaig is on the road into Lochgilphead and I has to stop to take a few pictures in the spring sunshine before I went on to do my shopping. The cairn is 30m in diameter but has been heavily robbed for stone. This is a view from the north with the sun behind the trees on the right.

Although it’s mid-May, you’ll note that the leaves are only just starting to burst on the trees – these are sycamores.

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