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The Horns of Alligin
Steven Russell

The Horns of Alligin

Otherwise known as Na Rathanan, at 866m not munro height but certainly worthy of inclusion in the gallery.
Taken from Sgurr Mor (Beinn Alligin). From the left, Shieldaig Forest (Baosbheinn (2869ft) with Loch a' Bhealaich in front and Loch Toll nam Biast below), Bheinn an Eoin (2805ft), Slioch (3215ft) in far distance, the edge of Stuc Loch na Cabhaig (882m), the Horns of Alligin, and Liathach in the distance on the far right.

Canon EOS 10D ,Sigma 15-30mm f/3.5-4.5 EX DG ASP
5 PTAssembled images, equiv to 16.7MP. hide exif
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Guest 22-Aug-2006 12:33
To fly like an eagle through there would be a shamanic dream.
Louise 31-Mar-2006 11:02
does anyone know how to contact Steven Russell please, thanks Louise, trail magazine
john graham 26-Aug-2005 18:02
wonderfull work once again ,you sure know how to get the best out of the 10d
Duncan Smith21-Aug-2005 21:54
Just spectacular. Unusually clear for August, too.
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