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Buachaille Etiv Beag

By jamesgrant      
Just back from a week in Scotland. I went and did a winter skills course for 2 days to try and gain the skills for winter walking high up in the mountains. Despite most of the week being a wash out, the weather on the two days was fair.

This is a shot from my first winter munro, Stob Coire Raineach on the Buachaille Etiv Beag ridge aka the Wee Buckle.

The shot comprises of 8 vertical shots stitched together. This is looking from the summit, with Glen Etive to the left, with the Three Sisters in the middle and Glen Coe to the right.

Tags: Scotland Snow Glen coe Winter Panoramic Landscape and travel Buachaille etiv beag Stob coire raineach

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stunning photo. christineGrinGrinGrinGrinGrin

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paskinmj 8 11 1 United Kingdom
19 Feb 2013 2:12PM
Great scape.
Matt
19 Feb 2013 3:27PM
Beautiful image. Looks like you put the skills to good use.
Alun
Excellent!!!!!!!!
JNC
alansnap 13 577 26 United Kingdom
20 Feb 2013 8:47AM
A fine panorama. Well done for getting up there. A bit more time consuming than searching for the tripod holes down low, but well worth it. The top's where I love to be.
Alan

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