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The mamores from Am Bodach

By alansnap  
A joiner from two slides. Taken on a magnificanet walk in the hills.

Tags: Landscape and travel

Voters: Mari, grahammul, jeanie and 7 more


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geegee 12 29 England
16 Mar 2004 7:18PM
Wow, stunning panorama. Can't see the join! Great shot Alan.
(Did you continue along the ridge? I have never got round to it, there's always been some reason not to!)
Click.

George.

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davidbailie Plus
12 457 7 United Kingdom
16 Mar 2004 7:59PM
Lovely scene - wonderful walk !

Dave
jeanie Plus
12 6.0k 6 United Kingdom
16 Mar 2004 9:12PM
Lovely image - I would not have known it was two photos merged if you'd not said. Excellent.
Jeanie
grahammul 12 120 United Kingdom
16 Mar 2004 10:31PM
Beautiful colours and sky.
Graham.
Mari 12 1.8k Wales
16 Mar 2004 11:17PM
Beautiful mountain shot - definitely can't see the join.

Mari
alansnap Plus
12 570 25 United Kingdom
17 Mar 2004 8:42AM
Thanks folks.

George, yes we did the whole Ring of Steall and it was stunning. We had just walked up the ridge in the centre of the photo and then went to the left to complete the circuit.

I really gat back my head for heights that day especially on the Devil's Ridge near the end. For the non walkers that's a 1m wide ridge with a few hundred metres off each side:-( Not one for a windy day! I was OK at the time, but I've since seen it on the way up Am Bodach and it looks much worse from below!

Alan:o)
geegee 12 29 England
20 Mar 2004 7:36PM
Brilliant Alan. The mention of Steall brought back a nasty memory of crossing the wire bridge by the Cottage when the rope suddenly twisted and trapped part of my hand in the wires.
George.
alansnap Plus
12 570 25 United Kingdom
22 Mar 2004 5:40PM
George,

Thanks for the kind comments.
I chickened out on the rope bridge and went upstreamm a few tens yards and forded the stream. My mate crossed the bridge, but wished he hadden't. He was gripping so tightly the rust marks were still there the next day. Still I got some pickies of him mid-bridge having got over first. Don't know what I'd have done if the water had been deeper! I want to go back with mono and do that fantastic gorge at the top of Glen Nevis.

Alan
alzeepark 12 81 United Kingdom
26 Mar 2004 2:00PM
Outstanding panoramic view, stunning colours.
Click from me.
Alan
ericfaragh 12 123 1 United Kingdom
4 Apr 2004 1:34PM
Nice shot. I love the purple-headed mountains. Well done.
Skinz 12 94
10 Apr 2004 8:22PM
Really nice shot and I just love the lighting on this image. The way the clouds form the shadows on the distant mountains is great.

Rich
stevenr 12 9
2 Aug 2004 9:13PM
Excellent pano Alan- great viewpoint and the clouds are interesting too. As ever with these panos, Im sure it looks 10x better in print!
rontear Plus
12 8 7 England
5 Jul 2007 10:25PM
You certainly have your fair share of mountain imagery Alan. Enjoyable p/f, plenty to appriciate. This image no aception, enjoy South Africa will pop in your p/f to see the images. Ron.

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