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By Sue_R  
Went for a walk up Cul Mor yesterday. Weather was lovely for walking, but not so good for photography - bright, bright sun with heavy shadows and so cold that I could hardly operate the shutter. It was -7 degrees on the way over there in the car and felt a lot colder as we got higher up the mountain.

Seriously considering leaving our camera gear behind next time and just enjoying the walk. Anyway, as I carried it this time, I was determined to find something to upload.

This shot was taken from about 2,000ft looking out towards Suilven. Quinag is just visibile in the distance on the right of the image. The heavy shadow in the middleground was caused by Cul Mor.

Thanks again to all those of you who have taken the time to vote and comment on my recent uploads.

Tags: Scotland General Mountains Highlands Sutherland Assynt Landscape and travel Suilven

Voters: Mynett, EAS, GillyB and 26 more

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Mynett 9 142 6 United Kingdom
4 Feb 2012 4:34PM
lovely work Sue, it is good to see the landscape in all of the different moods, like you - I have to get a shot when the camera goes out, a few weeks ago I left mine behind so that I could just enjoy the day without always looking for a shot. It did make a change.


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EAS 9 1 13 Scotland
4 Feb 2012 4:56PM
This is without doubt the only way I wil ever see this view!! Admire you determination carrying all the gear as well as your climbing skills, not forgetting your photography skills to boot!!

RonnieAG Plus
8 154 118 Scotland
4 Feb 2012 5:23PM
You are far off the beaten track here, Sue, but so glad you lugged your 40D up would have been a shame to have missed a record of this magnificent west Highland landscape..
fraser 14 631 14 Scotland
4 Feb 2012 8:01PM
Quintessentially Scottish. You're better at this geology in the landscape lark than I am.

5 Feb 2012 9:26AM
Love the Rocks in the FG Sue, and the whole landscape. Very nicely composed, and captures the coldness of the Day and the height that the shot was taken from. I really like it. And yes, leave your Camera behind next time. ( But you'll regret it) Smile

John SmileX
saltireblue Plus
8 8.0k 33 Norway
5 Feb 2012 9:44AM
Apart from small clumps of foliage in the fg , this looks like a very barren place. Would like the see the same image in the summer.

Quinag's a lovely formation..I would have liked to have had time to try getting to the top of it when I was there...

Richsr 11 91 223 England
5 Feb 2012 11:45AM
A fine view point and some nice light too Sue
Regrds Richard
TrevBatWCC Plus
9 12 12 England
5 Feb 2012 1:41PM
Certainly gives the impression of being on top of the world, Sue Wink A stunning view, beautifully captured Smile
Trev Smile
Sue_R Plus
12 11 6 United Kingdom
5 Feb 2012 6:23PM
Many thanks for your votes and comments.

Quote:Quintessentially Scottish. You're better at this geology in the landscape lark than I am.

Thanks Fraser, trouble is that, unlike you, I havent got a clue what I'm looking at from a geological point of view, so any assistance with that would be much appreciated Smile

Sue Smile
AnnChown Plus
8 207 1 United Kingdom
6 Feb 2012 2:20PM
Lovely to see this view! You can normally see Christopher's crofthouse from here - and I would be able to if I could zoom in on it!

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