Rather than a 90 minute or so drive to the Scottish Highlands this one roughly only took 20 minutes to the Campsie Fells at Lennoxtown before some “hill walking”. So after a 20 minute climb from the car park on one of the best days of the year for weather I reached what a the ‘summit’ marked out by a pile of stone.
At the top there were good views all around looking into the Campsie Fells, Cumbernauld and Glasgow.
For the picture I took I went down another part of the hill to get a better position to avoid having lots of hills in the one shot.
Below we have a view looking over Lennoxtown with the city of Glasgow in the background:
And the looking towards the east towards Cumbernauld with Lennoxtown in the foreground again with the moon also in the sky:
These views were better than what I initially expected, after all I thought it was only a short 5 minute climb to a good view point but I didn’t quite get that one right which also meant I was quite expecting the size of the drop in which these pictures emphasize.