Inch Park

in the

Late Summer

2012

After a slightly dryer spell of weather, the flooded area in Inch Park gradually began to recede.  Footprints in the mud show that there has been some wildlife in the area.

This Scots Pine tree has now been surrounded by water for several months.

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Photo 1

Footprints in the Mud

showing that there has been some wildlife around the flooded area

Inch Park  -  Evidence of Wildlife on the flooded area  -  5 September 2012

  Peter Stubbs  -    peter.stubbs@edinphoto.org.uk                                                                                  Photo taken 5 September, 2012

Photo 2

Scots Pine Tree

Looking east, towards the east end of Glenallan Drive

Scots Pine Tree in the flooded area  -  5 September 2012

  Peter Stubbs  -    peter.stubbs@edinphoto.org.uk           Photo taken 5 September, 2012

Photo 3

Scots Pine Tree

Looking SW along Glenallan Drive towards Liberton Primary School

Scots Pine Tree at Inch Park  -  September 2012

  Peter Stubbs  -    peter.stubbs@edinphoto.org.uk            Photo taken 5 September, 2012

Photo 4

Scots Pine Tree

Looking NW towards Inch House

Scots Pine Tree at Inch Park  -  September 2012

  Peter Stubbs  -    peter.stubbs@edinphoto.org.uk         Photo taken 5 September, 2012

Photo 5

Scots Pine Tree

Scots Pine Tree at Inch Park  -  September 2012

  Peter Stubbs -  peter.stubbs@edinphoto.org.uk    Photo taken September 19, 2012

Photo 6

Tree near the SE corner of Inch Park

What type of tree is this?

Tree in the SE corner of Inch Park  -  September 2012  -  What type of tree is this?

  Peter Stubbs -  peter.stubbs@edinphoto.org.uk    Photo taken September 19, 2012

 

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Inch Park  -  Evidence of Wildlife on the flooded area  -  5 September 2012

 

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