Ben Mor Coigach...

By Scottishlandscapes  
...this is a different view of the ridge, I took this as we neared Inverpoly. The fence up the centre gives some scale of the mountain ridge.
This is a Corbett, not a Munro, but a beautiful mountain especially with a dusting.

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User_Removed 9 172 1 United Kingdom
11 Jan 2008 6:07AM
Wow, a stunning image

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JudeC 10 6 3 England
11 Jan 2008 7:23AM
Hi Doug - superb as always - Jude.
rontear Plus
14 8 8 England
11 Jan 2008 7:23AM
Stand alone ridge and landscape Doug. Ron.
chesh 13 45 United Kingdom
11 Jan 2008 8:02AM
Nicely picked out of a much wider view. Very calming colour combination.
SKavanagh 9 312 5 England
11 Jan 2008 8:20AM
Superb shot
MrsS 10 4.5k 18 England
11 Jan 2008 8:31AM
Sooo jealous, Dougie, I just want to be there RIGHT NOW!!! Wink

Fran x
brownsilent 10 7 2 United Kingdom
11 Jan 2008 8:47AM
Terrific one Dougie. Before reading what you said I already had the map on my knees and tried to find out where it was taken from. I could not believe my eyes - so I read your description. Well, I was right again... Tracking your journey makes me jealous. No, that's not correct, I grudge you the great time you had, I just would have liked to share it.
My thoughts are with you,
MalcolmS Plus
11 1.2k 13 England
11 Jan 2008 8:50AM
Very simple Dougie but very dramatic and effective. Love the starkness.

I hope my jumping back and forth hasn't been too confusing for your map reading Johanna.
Barbaraj 10 450 England
11 Jan 2008 8:53AM
Really good.
AllyN 10 Scotland
11 Jan 2008 8:55AM
Another great shot Dougie.
Sweep 11 43 England
11 Jan 2008 9:04AM
Lovely shot the dusting of snow really makes it.
For the ignorant, what is the diference between a Corbett, and a Munro?
Height I would Guess?
Regards Barry
jaktis Plus
13 84 Sweden
11 Jan 2008 9:09AM
An impressive sight captured with great light

Bodiewil 9 46 Wales
11 Jan 2008 9:13AM
What an impressive image Doug, fantastic contrasts

Well Sweep. my understanding is ... Munro is over 3,00 ft...Corbett 2,500 feet and a Graham is over 2,000 feet, Hope that's helpful.
danbrann Plus
12 636 17
11 Jan 2008 11:32AM
Just a wee Hill Dougie.Absolutely trmendous but magnificant when viewed large.
Have a good weekend
MickyMc 9 8 United Kingdom
11 Jan 2008 12:53PM
Awesome picture as are all these wonderful shots of yours
MikeA 12 1.3k England
11 Jan 2008 2:27PM
I like the use of the deep shadows as lead in lines Dougie and that fence is tiny.

woolybill1 Plus
10 22 70 United Kingdom
11 Jan 2008 4:12PM
I imagine the Mountains of the Moon to be like this but less beautiful. Superb.
It's always possible Bill, alas we may never know.
kinfatric 12 550 9 Scotland
11 Jan 2008 4:23PM
Wouldn't mind taking a walk up there one day Dougie if I ever get the time and inclination, a fine composition and well structured
11 Jan 2008 6:04PM
Grand mountain image Dougie
xinia 12 54
11 Jan 2008 7:24PM
very minimalistic and it works so well - think this is wonderful
Buffalo_Tom 10 2.3k 9 Wales
11 Jan 2008 10:03PM
Wonderful landscape Doug.
12 Jan 2008 2:16AM
A beautiful mountain indeed, Dougie. What really makes this one special is the lovely contrasting colours and, as you said, the dusting of snow. A fine composition completes this fine image.
Dotrob 11 Wales
12 Jan 2008 9:26PM
Yes a beautiful mountain, especially with the snow.

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