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Another of the An Teallach main ridge, this shot taken from the Bidean a' Ghlas Thuill ridge that leads up to the second highest peak, Sgurr Fiona.
The Corrag Bhuidhe pinnacles form the exposed scramble along this ridge ending with Sail Liath on the left.
This was taken around 5:30am and I camped at the corner of Loch Toll an Lochain in the coire enabling me to get in position for the 5am sunrise.
A beautiful study in light. Superb.
Beautiful light on the mountain. Very impressive.
Well worth the effort John, a fantastic mountain scene and some great patches of light.
Very jealous mate.....again!
What more can be said beautiful light well done
impressive comp' and light, i admire your commitment to
pleased this turned out so well given the effort you put in
The fg is too light (for me) the rest is sublime, I just wish I could get up there.
This is a truly superb example of landscape photography.
Wonderful image !
nice and natural looking image John with superb light across the mountains.
have a great weekend
Cheers all and thanks Amanda for the award, appeciated.
Lght in the mountains is incredible, captured after an arduous climb i'm sure. Excellent John, how did you fare in Landscape POTY ? Ron.
Another cracker, John
magnificent john, looks like quite an experience. I'm saving this one for the Winter.
Thanks Craig, the crags to the N of Bidean are fine as well.
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