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...on Buachaille Etive Mor, stopped to have my soup to warm my hands as well as my stomach, this find, warmed my heart too.
They're just left of centre standing alongside eachother atop a small ridge.
Fantastic image Dougie, such conditions and from a different position ! Figures add scale to this granduer. Ron.
Well - he is the "Mor", the big one, well shown with this image. I think it shows just how small we humans are in this splendid world and how unimportant... although we can do such huge damage to our world!
Excellent image, and good to see the little frame with the zoomed in peak!
Huge photograph ..... could look at it for ever..!
must be mad.a cracking picture thought.no capital letters as i am eating a sandwhich while i type.
Climbing is not for me, a great picture showing the climbers
Marvellously detailed shot of the summit, Dougie. I would, of course, never have spotted the figures without your pointing them out.
super detail and you have some good eyes to spot them too.
Ha ha well done on a great shot!
Like tiny ants in the landscape, extraordinary.
Well spotted as they don't exactly stand out
Fabulous detail Dougie. The Buachaille is justly celebrated for its beauty; it is also a magnet for climbers: they must be mad.
The climber on the left is trying to attract Danny's attention; he's probably after his sandwich.
Capital comment Bill.
Beautiful image. Stunning landscape well captured.
Another amazing shot .....you've got great eyesight!
Super mono Dougie and it evens looks so so cold specially in the large
Super image Dougie.
Great mountain detail - well done to spot the climbers!
Good mono work Dougie - amazing to spot the climbers.
This is an excellent shot, worthy of a few awards I feel.
Great - shortlisted and fav'd.
Good grief! As if it wasn't hard enough climbing in Winter, they had to carry that huge red frame with them too!
We build our climbers strong in Scotland Julian.
Just makes you realise the Majesty of this mountain - great to have some scale, Dougie
Would I like to get to the top? Yes!!!
Would I like to climb up there NO!!!
Have you had laservision or something!?
My optician reckons I have fighter pilot vision,(with the correct glasses). I can read the bottom line on the test chart.
Great spot there!
And it gives you a great sense of scale of how big this beautiful mountain is, no wonder it got voted the top ten in the world for greatest views. Its an amazing place and can't wait to get up there in 2 weeks time.
Brilliant Dougie for the light and tones, you would have got my user award for this if I hadn't given it out this week.
You should have made us search for the climbers though and posted the insert as a version .......
Cracking shot !
Amazing you spotted them. Superb capture.........Sandy
Superb spot Dougie and it is the icing on this slab of wonderful cake.... a mono MASSIVE !!
Great shot Dougie! Love the inset too which works really nicely in that it provides the detail and applies a geometric contrast to the chaos of the mountain. Terrific work!
Great mono! Good to see a different view of the Buachaille. The climbers bring a real sense of scale and your photo has so much detail.
Great mono with the added interest of the climbers highlighted in the inset.
I would guess their movement brought the to your attention, its surprising how we stand out even in these great vista.
Good detail and light Dougie, it suits the mono treatment. You must have been a hawk in a previous life with this great spot. I saw 2 climbers on this one night over Christmas, well I saw 2 torchlights anyway.
Impressed by the photo and your eyesight! Very wintery and atmospheric...
Wonderful mountain photograph - shows Stob Dearg in all its menacing glory. I love the elimination of all but the top 1000 feet or so - concentrates wholly and purely on the features of the hill.
Personally I would have waited until the climbers reached the intersection of the thirds - I assume you were in a hurry Dougie ?!
Cracking image Dougie, would look great as a large print.
Went to see Doug Scott today Dougie, all those memories of Everest ! Ron.
Many thanks Ron, I do like this image, your award makes it even sweeter too, might just have this printed.
Must have been a grand meeting Ron, King of the Hill, and you're no slouch yourself Sir.
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