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An Tudair

By Sue_R  
Back to Glen Affric with this image of some of the lovely old Scots pines in this picturesque area.

The mountain on the other side of Loch Affric is An Tudair. The view is supposed to be spectacular from up there and we plan to find out for ourselves one day. And, when we do get to see it, I'll make sure that you get to see it too, weather permitting, of course Smile

Many thanks for your votes and comments on my recent uploads.

Tags: Scotland General Mountains Highlands Lochs Loch affric Glen affric Landscape and travel Munros An Tudair

Voters: Fefe, AnnChown, rontear and 25 more

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Fefe Plus
6 23 31 United Kingdom
15 Mar 2012 5:54PM
Lovely shot!Grin

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AnnChown Plus
8 207 1 United Kingdom
15 Mar 2012 5:55PM
I love these trees - good luck with your future climb Sue!
Briwooly 12 452 5 England
15 Mar 2012 6:07PM
This is rather nice Sue Grin

15 Mar 2012 6:09PM
A really lovely scene Sue, it almost looks like the Trees and bg are from two different pictures Smile But I know that nature set up this shot up for you, not PS Wink Hope you get the shots that you really want VERY soon Smile

John SmileX
Richsr 10 91 223 England
15 Mar 2012 8:01PM
Like the tones of the pines against the bleak hills sides, well seen Sue
Regards Richard
Daisymaye Plus
9 23 13 Canada
16 Mar 2012 2:53AM
Looks wonderful country to hike around. Looking forward to your future shots Sue............Sandy
RonnieAG Plus
8 154 118 Scotland
16 Mar 2012 7:23AM
These old Scots Pines add so much to an image, Sue, the greens contrasting here so well with the winter colours: it is a spectacular view at any time of the year, but somehow the winter appearance with some snow still clinging in the hollows is extra special.
TrevBatWCC Plus
9 12 12 England
16 Mar 2012 3:56PM
Another splendid capture, Sue - agree with Ronnie about the Scots pines, they really enhance the scene. Look forward to seeing your views from the top of An Tudair! Wink
Trev Smile

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