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porty2003 14 97 Scotland
11 Apr 2010 4:38PM
Certainly putting up some stunning views of these high tops.Enjoying them very much Smile


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11 Apr 2010 5:37PM
Excellent shot indeed

derekhansen Plus
9 210 24 United Kingdom
11 Apr 2010 7:06PM
Masterful composition John.
JohnParminter 11 1.3k 14 England
11 Apr 2010 7:20PM

Quote:Masterful composition John.

Thanks Derek, not bad considering I was snow-blind....... Wink
landandlight 12 46 Scotland
11 Apr 2010 10:18PM
Magnificent, worth the effort!
rontear Plus
15 8 8 England
12 Apr 2010 11:38AM
Certainly one of the hardest of Munro's in Scotland. We tried it in rain to no avail, excellent series John. A tribute to both your stamina and photographic ability ! Ron.
JohnParminter 11 1.3k 14 England
12 Apr 2010 5:26PM
Thanks Ron for the award. It was quite a tough day, gaining the ridge in fresh deep snow then the precariously narrow ridge in places made a great day to be in the hills.

Dennis_Bromage 10 45 20 United Kingdom
12 Apr 2010 8:00PM
Really like this one John. Has a great sense of scale and grandeur. Might make a great mono too which would remove that bit of blue sky which I find almost distracting if that makes any sense?
JohnParminter 11 1.3k 14 England
13 Apr 2010 8:14AM
It does make sense Den, I've agonised over the slight blue colour cast as well that was quite prevalent in these images, there was a very deep overhead blue sky. I'm always unsure what colour snow looks best at, often converting to mono removes any colour issues but in this case I wanted a natural as-seen feel and I think this does represent it quite well.

However, I think I will experiment a wee bit with the colour cast and maybe try a few monos of this set.

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