Not too far from me is a range of hills called The Ochils. They are not very high by most standards – the highest Ben Cleuch is only just over 700m (2,300ft) high – but they rise almost like a sheer cliff from the flat River Devon Valley and are the result of ancient geologic fault lines. They are visible for miles around, as this picture I stitched together shows.
The pic below is the top of Dumyat, that majestic hill that rises as a backdrop behind Stirling
This one is the view as you climb Dumyat of the meandering River Forth where it meets the River Devon.