Last week we were in one of Scotland's most scenic regions - the Cairngorms National Park.

The team were fitting four specially commissioned sculptural seats on the infamous A939 Lecht Road which at 637m above sea level is regularly the first road in Britain to be closed by snow.

Last year a competition was held as part of the Scottish government's Scenic Routes Initiative to design two further viewpoints to enhance Scotland's most scenic routes.

The winning design named 'The Watchers' by John Kennedy was chosen for the Corgarff site with a second winning design due to be installed near Tomintoul next year.

Design developed, fabricated and installed by Chris Brammall.  The seats are manufactured in Corten steel and stand at over 2.2metres in height featuring a hand-crafted seat made from Scottish Larch.

 

The Watchers Corgarff, Cairngorms National Park The Watchers
Corgarff, Cairngorms National Park

You can find out more about the project here.