Return to Garshangan

Once again, today, after a very interesting session of map reading, compass and navigation at the Greenock Cut Visitor Center (thanks to John McLean), we were back to Garshangan and the ruins of the Garvock lodge, by the shore of the Gryffe reservoir. Each visit to this place, brings new marvels to contemplate. We were lucky to observe Orange tip and Green veined butterflies and come across newly bloomed flowers and plants, while listening to the song of  birds hidden among the trees.

Cuckoo flower

Cuckoo flower

Cuckoo_flower

Green veined butterfly

Green veined butterfly

Green_veined_butterfly

Pignut

Pignut

Rowan_flower

Rowan flower

Creeping thistle

Creeping thistle

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