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The northern Pinnacle Ridge of Liathach, not for the faint hearted this one, or so I am reliably informed...
Wow! Now that's some view, John! A long way to carry all that kit too but then, you're used to it Excellent sense of depth and great visual sincerity in this excellent composition. The high places are, in my experience, visited by huge variations in weather conditions and this conveys wonderful mood. Up there with your other wonderful images imho.
Very airy !!! John. We once attempted this beast but gave up on the lower slopes ( cloud descende to 0 ft !!)
Superb mountain image
Can't really add much to what Alun has said and with which I agree in toto.
As you suggest, not for the faint hearted as a misplaced step on that crumbling ridge could be disastrous.
Superb mountain ridge photography.
Quote: Very airy !!! John. We once attempted this beast but gave up on the lower slopes ( cloud descende to 0 ft !!)
I never even attempted it Ron, I took the tourist route up from Glen Torridon. Thanks for the award.
You do treat us to some fantastic views John, excellent as ever. Hope you're well.
Quote: You do treat us to some fantastic views John, excellent as ever. Hope you're well.
Cheers Darren, I'll tell you if I am well after I have done the Black Combe fellrace today.....
Stunning shot !!!....impressive sight !!!
Breath taking,,you would need a head for heights,,
Another cracker John, with a great sense of height and the swirling mist giving some mountain atmosphere.
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