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Sgurrr nan Gillean...

By Scottishlandscapes  
...grabs the eye with the snowy tops, while Sgurr na Stri which is lower down is still bare, back in 2013.

Tags: Weather Skye Winter Mountains Hebrides Glens Isle of skye Cuillin Lochaber Landscape and travel Highlands and islands

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Vambomarbleye 4 153 14 Scotland
4 Dec 2017 10:10AM
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mrswoolybill Plus
15 3.1k 2475 United Kingdom
4 Dec 2017 10:14AM
As in, Brrrrrrrr nan Gillean...
bliba Plus
16 2 Austria
4 Dec 2017 10:41AM
such a beautiful scene
viscostatic 15 50 11 United Kingdom
4 Dec 2017 10:46AM
A beautiful composition showing these amazing mountains at their best Dougie.

Phil.
debu 11 India
4 Dec 2017 10:49AM
A nice scene.
Debu
4 Dec 2017 10:53AM
Gorgeous even if a bit cold.
Sylvia
dales Plus
6 13 Australia
4 Dec 2017 11:22AM
Beautiful rugged scene , beautiful light on the frosted peaks
Ian
saltireblue Plus
11 12.6k 79 Norway
4 Dec 2017 2:51PM
Reminds me of a certain Hollywood film studio's logo.
Certainly looks magnificent.

Malc
Niknut Plus
11 3.1k 82 United Kingdom
4 Dec 2017 4:37PM
Cracking shot !!.....lovely rugged quality in the skyline, emphasising the grandeur of
the Cuillins !!.

Sgurr na Stri is one of the few Scottish peaks that I've managed to summit, & gave me
the most memorable panorama of the whole of the Cuillin range that is permanently
etched into my memory.....just wonderful !! But that was about 25 years ago, & the
old legs wouldn't get up there now dammit !!!!..WinkGrinGrin
Irishkate 11 45 121 United Kingdom
4 Dec 2017 5:27PM
Amazing that the f/g mountain is free of snow.
Kate Grin
CliffGreen 10 8 2 Scotland
4 Dec 2017 5:36PM
A wonderful mountain view. I would be interested to know where this is taken from?
Cliff
optik 13 15 1 England
4 Dec 2017 5:52PM
A sprinkling of snow makes the majestic even more magnificent.
richmowil Plus
13 475 2 England
4 Dec 2017 7:22PM
Rugged and beautiful at the same time. Very nice image!
4 Dec 2017 8:17PM
Trees, water... none to be found on the Cuillin.
A challenging landscape, but a grimly beautiful one.

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