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Birch trees Betula pendula, Rowan Sorbus Aucuparia and Hazel Corylus avellana form the vigorous upland montaine vegetation of the Coulin Estate, which extends over 23,000 acres of the Torridon Mountains. The upland vegetation in the Scottish Highlands has adapted to the challenging environmental conditions, including acidic soils, low nutrient availability, high moisture levels, and grazing pressure from herbivores. Beinn Eighe 1010m looms from across Glen Torridon.

Photograph by Sophie Carr

About Sophie Carr

Sophie Carr is a London-based photographer, specialising in landscape and seascape photography in Iceland. Having travelled extensively around the world, her true photographic passion is winter Icelandic landscapes.

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