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Assynt Mountains

By Sue_R  
Another image from our trip to Assynt last weekend. This was also taken from the top of Braebag in the rain, but this time looking across to Conival (centre) and Ben More Assynt (to the right of centre) - both Munros (mountains over 3,000ft).

Many thanks to those of you who have taken the time to vote and/or comment on this series of images.

I never expected them to do well on here as I wouldn't normally have bothered taking photos in the conditions we had up there and, if I had, I definitely wouldn't have uploaded them on here. But this trip was so special, being the first mountain we'd been up for so long that I just wanted to share them with those of you who are interested.

I don't usually say this, but this one really does need to be viewed LARGE for extra rockiness Smile

Tags: Scotland General Mountains Highlands Sutherland Assynt Landscape and travel Conival Ben more assynt

Voters: TrevBatWCC, Weirdfish695, rontear and 21 more



TrevBatWCC Plus
14 13 19 England
11 Jul 2011 4:46PM
Well, so glad you are sharing them with us, Sue. Love the wide vista here, suits the panorama treatment, and certainly looks very remote and a lot a walking was involved to reach here Wink
Trev Smile
11 Jul 2011 4:52PM
Very nice Sue
EAS 14 1 13 Scotland
11 Jul 2011 5:24PM
You captured the scene as it actually was. Works well for me.

SteveMoulding 14 3 7 United Kingdom
11 Jul 2011 6:36PM
A superb view very well captured.
11 Jul 2011 7:19PM
Your motive for uploading, couldn't be better Sue, and i'm so pleased for you both.
As you know, I LOVE rocks, so have viewed large, and found them AWESOME! Smile

John Smile
wyatturp 17 2 England
11 Jul 2011 8:52PM
This would work well in mono Sue , the foreground works a treat..
User_Removed 14 26 2 United States
12 Jul 2011 3:28AM
If it weren't for the green, it would look like the moon - so barren. Stunning, Sue.
Glostopcat 17 255 2 England
16 Jul 2011 8:47PM
An excellent landscape Sue, it's good to see some rugged terrain rather than the usual green shots of the Lakes and Dales

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