Beinn Alligin, Scotland It has been a magnificent 3 days of hiking here in Torridon. Earlier today, I went up the ridgeline of Beinn Alligin and from near the high point of Sgurr Mor, this view of the 3 horns of Beinn Alligin and the horns of Beinn Dearg in the background were prominent. Passing light helped motivate me to take pictures and unpack the camera gear in the wind and cold. Not a walk to be taken lightly (with alot of gear anyway) but highly highly recommended!
Ben Lawers & Meall Greigh
Fresh snow falling with morning sunshowers, Loch Tay A discussion has ensued about the vignette in this shot. To clarify matters.... this is almost straight from the camera, no HDR just a wee tweak and adjusting of levels here and there !
An Stuc from Ben Lawers
An Stuc 22.08.09 Meaning - The steep hill Altitude - 1118 metres (3667 feet) Grid Ref. - NN63904314 An Stuc is a conically shaped Scottish mountain in the Ben Lawers range to the north of Loch Tay. The normal routes of ascent are via the ridges from Ben Lawers or Meall Garbh. An Stuc was promoted to Munro status in 1997 and is the steepest and sharpest of the Ben Lawers range. When approaching from Meall Garbh the ascent is extremely steep, exposed and loose. An Stuc has a…