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bimble up stac pollaidh

bimble up stac pollaidh


Postby petenelliewalking » Wed Aug 29, 2018 10:50 pm

Grahams included on this walk: Stac Pollaidh

Date walked: 23/08/2018

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It was a wild day weather-wise so I opted for an easy walk up the eastern tops of Stac Pollaidh. I had a very pleasurable time watching the dramatic weather pass by and taking some photos. And not a drop of rain fell on me!
Let some photos do the talking...

view of The Fiddler on the drive in...
Imagefiddler by Peter, on Flickr


view to Suilven...
Imagesuilven by Peter, on Flickr

view to Assynt...
Imageassynt panorama by Peter, on Flickr

weather watching...
Imageon stac pollaidh panorama by Peter, on Flickr
Imageup above the streets and houses by Peter, on Flickr
Imagestac pollaidh eastern top by Peter, on Flickr
Imagesummer in coigach by Peter, on Flickr
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Re: bimble up stac pollaidh

Postby Mal Grey » Thu Aug 30, 2018 8:59 pm

Very atmospheric images of one of the most amazing little hills there is.
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