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Dorain Gliders

By Richardtyrrelllandscapes
During our trip up Beinn Dorain on Sarurday we managed to capture some extreme thrill seakers who were gliding.
What a fantastic day out with loads of variety to capture.
Its only a pitty that I deleted all my images of Rannch moor by mistake.

So this shot is taken from the top of Beinn Dorain looking westerly.

I hope you all enjoy looking. Many thanks.


Tags: Scotland Flying Transport Mountains Highlands Gliders Parachutes Airbourne Landscape and travel Munros Beinn dorain Sports and action

Voters: Gary_Williams, trekpete, IMAGESTAR and 16 more

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tg 12 86 Scotland
8 Dec 2008 3:38PM
Looks like you had a wonderful day. Nice shot! The gliders give a good sense of scale.

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trekpete 10 3 Scotland
8 Dec 2008 4:15PM
Could have stayed up here all day Richie. How did you manage to delete the images ?


Quote:Could have stayed up here all day Richie. How did you manage to delete the images ?


I was transffering the raws to disc and it was not copying in the correct manner so I deleted them from the disc and it took them from the card as well. Thats life I guess.

User_Removed 9 2.2k 3 United Kingdom
2 Jan 2009 9:48AM
Ooer. Parky or what !? A great hill to look at and a fabulous viewpoint too. Is Ben Lui off to the right ?
maryg 8 66 18 Scotland
5 Dec 2010 8:37PM
Shaaame about the Rannoch Shots. I've done that before as well so now I always copy the files when downloading and nevre delete from the card until I am sure I have the images saved. Once bitten...
Love this image the skydivers add an extra dimension to the shot perfectly captured peaks.
PaulLiley 7 2 13 United Kingdom
3 Jan 2011 4:45PM
Wonderful Highland scene. Interesting sky Richard. Paul

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