Water water everywhere.
No I haven't forgot to turn this photo around, these trees really are lying down on their sides. They must have quite shallow roots for them to be completely blown over in a strong wind. I stopped to chat to three guys and mentioned that I would have liked sit in a shelter to eat my sandwiches. They said they couldn't possibly build shelters up here because they would get blown away. Here is the proof, shelters wouldn't stand a chance if the trees keeled over.
The beautiful soft carpets under the pine trees.
And another waterfall.
Coming out of the forest I came down those steps under the left arch to cross over the main road. There is a railway line over the top.
A slight deviation from the path and I followed a woodland walk and found the Auchteryre Waterfall. It was amazing, when I saw it I thought it's the next best waterfall after Niagra Falls, ha ha.
It is impossible to get the whole waterfall one photo, it stretches for such a long way, twisting and turning over the rocks.
This was my halfway point, time to go back. The rain was getting heavier so I turned round. The views are just as good on a return journey, you see things you hadn't noticed before.