STRATHYRE Nov 2010

 
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Friday 5th November 2010

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This Must be The Way

I Wonder Where Dad Is ( He's Behind You)

Want to Pick on Someone Your Own Size

Autumnal Colours in Glen Lochay

First Site of Meall Ghaordaidh From Above The Farm Track Heading North

Two Walkers up Ahead

The Corbett Beinn nan Oighreagh in the Background

The Summit Straight up Ahead

The North East Ridge

At Last the Rain Stops and Meall nan Tarmachan Comes into View

A Brocken Spectre From the Summit of Meall Ghaordaidh

The Summit of Meall Ghaordaidh

Leaving The Summit Behind

Looking up Glen Lochay

Looking Down Glen Lochay

The North East Ridge and Beinn nan Oighreagh Beyond

Nearly Down Now

A Ladder Stile a Rare Sight in The Highlands (Not Like The Yorkshire Dales)

Saturday 6th November 2010

Ben Vorlich and Stuc a' Chroin From Glen Ogle at Dawn

North Looking Over Loch Earn From The Car Park

The Track Near Ardvorlich

A Cold and Frosty Ardvorlich Lodge 

Ben Vorlich Dead Ahead

A Cloud Over Loch Earn

Walker on the Still Frozen Track

It's Nice to Feel The Sun on Your Back

Looking Back Towards Loch Earn

The Ben Lawers Range to The North

Ahead Lies Ben Vorlich

To The West Stob Binneinn and Ben More Above a Cloudy Glen

The Summit Trig Point Now Clearly in View

Nearly There

The Summit Ridge of Ben Vorlich

Looking SW From The Summit of Ben Vorlich to Stuc a' Chroin

Leaving Ben Vorlich Behind by The SW Ridge

Old Boundary Fence Post in The Ridge

Look Back at The Summit

The NE Buttress of Stuc a' Chroin Getting Ever Closer

Looking Back at Ben Vorlich From The Eastern Side of the Buttress on Stuc a' Chroin

The Distant Barking of Rutting Stags in Gleann an Dudh Choirein

Lunch on The Summit of Stuc a' Chroin

Back Down The Icy Gully

A Group of Climbers Zig Zaging up The Buttress

The Buttress From Bealach an Dubh Choirein

Frozen Grass Near a Sheltered Burn

The Path Back to Loch Earn

Some Climbers Descending Ben Vorlich

Nearly Back Down

Autumn Colours Leading Down to Ardvorlich

Sunday 7th November 2010

A Deer Caught by my Flash on The Roadside in Glen Lednock

Oh Dear

Balnacoul Castle Crag in Morning Sun

The Frozen Track

The One That Got Away

Ahead Lies Ben Chonzie

I am Not Alone

Ben Chonzie Now in Sunshine

Looking SW Towards Ben Lomond

A Fell Runner up Ahead The Only Person I Saw All Morning

Stob Binneinn and Ben More Over in The West

One of The Numerous Grouse Butts Looking North

A Weak Effort at a Smile on The Summit of Ben Chonzie

Loch Turret Reservoir

Looking North From The Summit

Leaving The Summit Behind

A Line of Old Fence Posts Lead The Way Back

Ptarmigan Watching me Watching You

Hare Today Gone Tomorrow

Icy Fingers Above a Sheltered Burn

The Dam Across Invergeldie Burn in Front of Ben Chonzie

Another Munro Done and Still no Smile

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