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Best Of 2008

(January 1st - December 30th, 2008)

Ken McMahon

City of Lights

John McKenzie McIntosh

Tap O'Noth Hill Fort

Rhynie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, UK

July 30, 2008, 13:07 BST

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The Tap O’Noth is a conspicuous hill above Rhynie in Aberdeenshire, crowned by a hill fort with vitrified stone walls. The hill fort is the second highest in Scotland. It has grand views over the surrounding countryside which is rich in archeology including hill forts, also at Dunideer, Stone Circles at Dunideer, Ardlair (see previous entry for Elevation), Wheddlemont, Upper Ord, Corrstone Wood and Mill of Noth all in the shadow of the Tap O’Noth. Pictish carved stones are also prevalent in the area.

Europe / UK-Scotland

Lat: 57° 21' 4.53" N
Long: 3° 52' 32.91" W

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Precision is: Medium. Nearby, but not to the last decimal.

Nikon D200, Nikon 12-24mm, Manfrotto 302 Panoramic Head, Manfrotto 190MF3 Tripod, QTVRAS

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