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My pal struggling up the path. His knee was sare but cmon Sandy get a grip
I love the vastness shown in this capture with the human and animal aspect to add scale, a slight touch more contrast I feel would help, but still gets my UA.
From my fell-walking days I can really relate to his pain. And your faithful mutt, offering encouragement, standing in exactly the right place, bringing the image to life....
Rod my friend this is an absolute corker .... and what a landscape to be in ! .... and the snaa looks properly white !... almost!
P.S. And did you notice- I haven't even mentioned the bloody sky once? .......( friggin' daresn't
Cheers Alan , iam welling up here As if you are feared of a few comments !1 All good banter
Trevor thanks a bunch for the UA . It's most appreciated
Wow Rod what an awesome Image, a wee cracker this is. Love the sky and the mood, everything else has been mentioned,
This is just a special image Rod, fantastic....John
This has so much, pain and triumph. And distance, those last few steps upwards are always the hardest. Just brilliant.
Another excellent image Rod.
Fantastic landscape, super POV and scale! Well done!
Lovely to see such scenery from the comfort of home.
Better being there Ivor
A super landscape Rod, one of your best, well captured
A fantastic landscape and it tells a story as well.
Just your average morning stroll then? Not a bloody chance here in Essex lol! Excellent
I have no idea where this landscape is, but it sure is dramatic!
A singular photo.
Boulder hopping with a sare knee is not fun Rod This is one amazing photo you have here !!
What a stunning image -I love your friend and the dog in the shot which gives it real scale. Absolutely brilliant.
Cheers Herman thanks for your UA
What an amazing landscape!!
excellent Rod the lazy sare knee mate and the wee dug add scale to the whole capture the dog seems to offering encouragement whilst I assume you had a wee nip of the amber stuff while you waited wis aboot ta gae ye a UA but you seem to have enough already
Ha ha , aye Graham the Lab is my dog Ruby a very caring creature . Just like masel . No i wisnae takin a dram at the time thats furra Bothy at night am no an Alky Cheers for the near UA lol
aye well Rod its the thought that counts ye ken ...a fine wee dug they are a great breed for sure
A great shot. Good to have the encouragement of a dog to get one up the steep climb. Ann.
What ana amazing image, love the dog egging him on....well captured
A sare fecht? Looks more like a Labrador to me.
there wis only wan it wusnae a sare fecht fur and that wus the wee dug
This heeland bothy trek has gid yae some richt crackin shots Rod. Fit maer cana say?
Weel done laddy
A good landscape & a story too. Nice one Rod. Think dog is saying, "Today would be good". Si
Que gran fotografía. el punto azul en ese espacio tan grande le da el toque de una maravillosa foto..
Everything has been said about this image,FIRST CLASS!!!!!!!!!!
A print would be on the wall.
another wan over 30 votes well nae git yer heed through the door laddie
I like this one very much, and can hear the ghostly echoing voice of TV's Dad's Army private, Fraser saying, 'It was a wild, and lonely place."
Picked this one out from your p/f as I liked it and I see a few others liked it enough
to give it User Awards - good taste or what?
Cracking image and I love the toning.
The faithful dog is heart warming.
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