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Skye ridge
© Blinder
Camera used: Richo GR1- Velvia 50
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VOTING: number of votes 225
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Wow. A cauldron of colour.
...And from that great pot were mountains born...
robin mueller - 01/Mar/05Report
Is this really your photo?
Alex Purser - 01/Mar/05Report
I have seen this photo else where ages ago. Downloaded it myself 'cause I thought it was so impressive
lemmy - 02/Mar/05Report
I think it is his photo. It was on here, claimed by someone else, a year or so ago, but I saw it on a club website (that he's a member of) before that.
StonedDeranger - 03/Mar/05Report
Excellent. Must have been a great experience being up there amongst it all. Well done
Pacific - 05/Mar/05Report
Congratulations! This photo was chosen as Photo of the Week, based on votes by registered users over the past 7 days.
Charles Arthur - UKC - 06/Mar/05Report
What a stunning image.
Rich
Lawman - 07/Mar/05Report
Superb shot, demonstrates the wild terrain
Dave Stelmach - 10/Mar/05Report
beautiful. but definitely seen before. this is rated one of the best all time pics on rockclimbing.com. except on rc.com the guy says its the collin ridge at dumbarton rock!!!!
catt - 11/Mar/05Report
It is here: http://www.rockclimbing.com/photos.php?Action=Show&PhotoID=26482
Ben Stokes - 14/Mar/05Report
By the way, for all you doubters, it was uploaded by the same person...
Ben Stokes - 14/Mar/05Report
Stunning. This shot should be at the no.1 spot.
camw - 01/Feb/06Report
Definately worthy of the top spot. Much better than the Golden Cathedral!
peteclark - 17/May/06Report
Should be top.
NDD - 23/May/06Report
Umm. Wonderfully atmospheric, but for me it's a near miss. I'm not really sure what it's all about (APART from the wonderful cloud/sunset). It says/shows us extremely little about the Cuillin Ridge; it simply says a lot about the beauty of cloud and sunset, such as we can see out of the window of any airliner.
Gordon Stainforth - 07/Feb/07Report
photo in a million magnificent
heavy - 06/Mar/07Report
Absolutely magnificant image-beautiful.
sam the man - 12/Apr/07Report
6 Stars
pblurton - 13/May/12Report
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