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View of Twisting hills.

By Richardtyrrelllandscapes
This shot was taken on the start of a solo climb up to An Caisteal and Beinn A' Chroin.

As you walk through a railway underpass you are met with this scene so I thought I would capture it and share it.

To the left of the image is Grey height (686mtrs) leading to Meall Dhamh (814mtrs). In front is Sron Gharbh (709mtrs) leading up Twisting hill to An' Caisteal, which will then lead on to Beinn a' Chroin.

I managed to get to the top just as the cloud enclosed these mountains. I even managed to get lost on the 2nd summit of Beinn A' Chroin, however with a little time spent looking at the map and I was on the route to a safe and carefull descent. Great adventure though.
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Thanks for looking and please feel free to offer your comments on this image. I'm think skined remember. LOL.

Richie.

Tags: Ben more Ben lomond Beacon hill Landscape and travel Big hill Ben lui Beinn ime Loch lomond to loch tay An caisteal Beinn a chleibh Beinn a chroin Beinn bhuidhe Beinn dubhchraig Beinn narnian Beinn tulaichean Ben chonzie Beinn laoigh Calf hill Twisting hills

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Comments


Guillaume 9 119 2 United Kingdom
7 Jan 2009 6:38PM
Very nice indeed.
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maudy07 7 8 United Kingdom
7 Jan 2009 7:10PM
love this great shot
maudy07
jeanie Plus
12 6.0k 6 United Kingdom
7 Jan 2009 7:10PM
When looking at the large version, I want to just walk across that bridge and see where the track takes me...
steve_eb Plus
8 353 8 United Kingdom
7 Jan 2009 7:18PM
It is a beautiful shot well taken, Steve

Not sure about the foreground crop straight line across the verge?
MNPHOTO 8 1 United Kingdom
7 Jan 2009 9:20PM
brilliant
cassiecat 8 39 46 England
7 Jan 2009 9:20PM
like the composition, great colour in the sky.lesley
8 Jan 2009 1:46AM
I really like the quality of the light in this image - and a great composition too.
Chris
norton 12 6 United Kingdom
8 Jan 2009 9:53AM
Nicely composed image,well captured.................

Tony.
Scott_Scot 11 4 4 Scotland
8 Jan 2009 4:27PM
Great bit of stitching!!!
Nice to see the view as is to the eye.

Last few times I was there I did A'Chroin first. Saves the long walk home.


Scotty

Quote:Great bit of stitching!!!
Nice to see the view as is to the eye.

Last few times I was there I did A'Chroin first. Saves the long walk home.


Scotty



I must admit Scott. I thought I was never going to reach the car park after walking through the glen.

Richie.
trekpete 10 3 Scotland
8 Jan 2009 5:18PM
Nice shot Richie. Pity the hillfog rolled in as the views are pretty good. Try and get some shots sent to you from Ben Challum later.

Peter
ZX1400 9 United Kingdom
10 Jan 2009 11:04AM
Stunning shot
Taco

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