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Bruach na Frithe

By JohnParminter  
This Cuillin Munro has two distinct things going for it.

It's by far the easiest to climb and once on top reputably has the best view along the ridge.

Taken on a very warm but windy March afternoon.

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Tags: Landscape and travel


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Comments


munk 18 United Kingdom
9 Apr 2012 9:16PM
Great light and recession up there John.

mr chiPs
J_Tom 12 3 United Kingdom
9 Apr 2012 10:00PM
nice shoot
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RonnieAG Plus
12 154 119 Scotland
9 Apr 2012 10:13PM
Fabulous ridge top view, John: I really feel I am standing there taking in that amazing scene.
Ronnie.
paskinmj 13 11 1 United Kingdom
9 Apr 2012 10:29PM
Excellent POV.
Matt
IanFlindt 17 740 21 United Kingdom
9 Apr 2012 10:44PM
Remarkable depth and exemplary composition that makes the most of the meandering ridge. How could anyone say that there's no natural wilderness left in Scotland after looking at an image like this.
JohnParminter 15 1.3k 14 England
9 Apr 2012 11:00PM

Quote: How could anyone say that there's no natural wilderness left in Scotland after looking at an image like this.


Interesting comment Ian. Knoydart and the Fisherfield Forest are usually regarded as the last wildernesses in Scotland but you can see evidence of human interaction everywhere from the managed estates of deer, removal of the forests and sheep grazing. This view of the Cuillin however has probably looked the same since perhaps the last significant ice age.
Landlord 15 25 1 Scotland
10 Apr 2012 9:45AM
"It's by far the easiest to climb and once on top reputably has the best view along the ridge"

Find that hard to argue with, great shot John.
JohnParminter 15 1.3k 14 England
11 Apr 2012 7:44AM
Thanks all,
JP

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