Hermitage Castle, Liddesadle, Scotland

This evening, I am providing images and information on a stunning ‘back roads’ drive in the Scottish Borders region.

The route follows a remote, single-track road from Hermitage Castle in Liddesdale to the tiny village of Fiddleton which links with the main A7 , north-south highway.

The trip takes about thirty minutes in course of which the visitor will encounter rolling scenery (snow-capped in winter), flocks of sheep, two small rivers ( Hermitage Water and Carewoodrig Burn) and various farms and communities. In the right weather conditions and visibility excellent photographic opportunities are available.

Images herein were taken during  late November, in low light conditions.

Video clip from car camera following flock of sheep on road between Hermitage Castle and Fiddleton

Scottish Borders scenery: Hermitage Castle to Fiddleton

Scottish Borders scenery: Hermitage Castle to Fiddleton

Scottish Borders scenery: Hermitage Castle to Fiddleton

Scottish Borders scenery, Hermitage Castle to Fiddleton

Scottish Borders scenery, Hermitage Castle to Fiddleton

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