Stirling and Highlands Panorama

A limited edition, ultra high resolution, panoramic landscape

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Stirling and Highlands Panorama

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This panoramic view of the ancient town of Stirling and the Highlands I captured in December 2023, on a clear sunny day. Being deep into winter the sun was very low and this brought out a lovely rosy glow to the sunlit slopes of the distant mountains contrasting nicely with the rich green of the fir forests and the white fringe of snow on the highest peaks.

In the distance can be seen the southernmost mountains of the Highlands with the summits of Ben Vorlich and Stùc a’ Chròin, each just shy of 1,000m in height and approximately 35km away from where I was standing to capture this image, and 30km beyond Stirling Castle.

Dating back to early medieval times, Stirling Castle dominates the city which grew up around it. It is situated on a strong defensive position atop an ancient volcanic crag. Beneath it lies the undulating agricultural plains of the River Forth, in contrast to the mountainous landscape just beyond. Stirling is regarded as the gateway to the Highlands, it was indeed an important strategic city throughout Scotland’s long and often turbulent history. 

Visible just to the left of the castle is the Church of the Holy Rude. With its origins dating back to 1129, it was a favourite place of worship for the Stuart Kings and Queens. It was rebuilt in the 15th-century, and is reputed to be the only surviving church in the United Kingdom apart from Westminster Abbey to have held a coronation. It was here, in 1567, that the Coronation of Mary Queen of Scots’ infant son, James VI, took place after her abdication

At far right, you can  see the Braes of Doune Wind Farm, now owned by Greatcoat UK Wind Plc

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