The typical mountain landscape in the Grampian Mountains, or Grampians
(Northern Scottish Highlands) in the high altitude zone (700-1000 meters above sea level).
Agricultural fields (pastures) at the foothills alternate with fern waste grounds, then
herb grass meadows and heath on the top of the hills.
The Grampian Mountains, or Grampians, Northern Scottish Highlands, Scotland, Great Britain Nadejda Petrushina and school #1205 students, May 2008
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