Hike Clyde Walkway

This evening, I am posting information and images of a small group walk on March 6th., from the village of Carluke to the town of Lanark in S.W. Scotland with much of the route tracking the River Clyde. Distance covered was about eight miles.

Weather conditions were poor with cloudy skies and intermittent rain notwithstanding which light conditions were conducive to photography with a wide range of subjects presented including donkeys, giant Newfoundland dog, gorse in flower, waterfalls, cattle, sheep and Spring flowers.

 Stream feeding into the Clyde

 Woodland walking trail

 Birthplace of Major-General William Roy FRS, FSA FRSE (1726-90), a Scottish military engineer, surveyor, and antiquarian. He was an innovator who applied new scientific discoveries and newly emerging technologies to the accurate geodetic mapping of Great Britain.


 Gorse in flower

Guard dog on duty

 Lanarkshire landscape

Log splitting site


River Clyde

Sheep with lamb

Spring hedgerow flowers

Chance encounter with Newfoundland dog.

Inquisitive sheep

Summer House

Landscape scene

Muddy track


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