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The Three Sisters
20-SEP-2006 Steven Russell

The Three Sisters

The 2 munros Stob Coire Sgreamhach (distant left), and Bidean nam Bian (just out of sight) take 2nd stage in this popular viewpoint, to the imposing 'Three Sisters' (Bheinn Fhada, Gearr Aonach, and Aonach Dubh).

Canon EOS 10D ,Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8L USM
12 Panotools stitched images shot with Hoya SHMC Polariser. full exif

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Paul L-R01-Jan-2009 15:57
A magical and enchanting view with gorgeous colour and light. V
Karen Moen21-Feb-2007 23:23
Gorgeous composition with beautiful color and lighting. The curving line ties it all together. Voted.
Steve Goldthorp21-Feb-2007 20:13
Yep voted! Brill!
Marcos García23-Jan-2007 19:40
Awesome light and greens here! V
Steven Russell27-Sep-2006 10:04
Hi Duncan, no it was a 2 minute skip up a worn path from the roadside layby to this point- I was just passing through on my way to the Mamores. Perhaps the extreme wide-angle makes this appear unusual.
Thanks, Jos.
Duncan Smith26-Sep-2006 19:35
Unusual viewpoint. You weren't on your way up to the Aonach Eagach were you?
Guest 21-Sep-2006 06:15
What a wonderful photo...a big VOTE!!!
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