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Cuillin ridge (Dubhs to Gillean) from Sgurr na Stri
© streapadair
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Wow.
Breath taking photograph.
*picks jaw off ground*
AndrewHuddart - 25/Sep/06Report
A 6 without a doubt. beats my pan taken from Sgurr nan Gillean hands down.
A Crook - 25/Sep/06Report
Superb... Just superb.
Your gallery is the best thing on this site. Thanks for sharing your efforts.
Darren Jackson - 25/Sep/06Report
Absolutely superb
I'd love to find the muppet who keeps on voting rubbish on this site and give them a bloody good slap...
BALD EAGLE - 26/Sep/06Report
Fabulous view :)
Neil Higgins - 26/Sep/06Report
Congratulations! This photo was chosen as Photo of the Week, based on votes by registered users over the past 7 days.
Charles Arthur - UKC - 01/Oct/06Report
Perfect :)
JoH - 02/Oct/06Report
Couldn't agree more with Darren Jackson. Superb! I'm up there this weekend and looking forward to it all the more now. Well done.
Tom Last - 02/Oct/06Report
Wow. Am speachless. That is incredible. And yes, why the hell has someone voted rubish for this.
Streapadair - can we have some details? Camera, lens etc...?
The Bantam - 02/Oct/06Report
Thanks, all.
Nothing fancy - Olympus OM2, 50mm lens, Kodachrome 25 (it wasn't yesterday), 4 upright trannies stitched in Panavue (Photomerge failed to hack it), colour-corrected and sharpened in Photoshop. Sgurr na Stri - not even 500m high - is magic.
streapadair - 02/Oct/06Report
One of those photos that just make you want to pack a bag and go there now!! Awesome
Gabe - 04/Oct/06Report
Wow! Stunning! Not much more to say!
DeeG - 04/Oct/06Report
as a desk-bound Scot working in flat (but beautiful)Hampshire, this has just brought a big smile to my face !!!!
jude4 - 06/Oct/06Report
Congratulations! This photo was chosen as Photo of the Week, based on votes by registered users over the past 7 days.
Charles Arthur - UKC - 08/Oct/06Report
I went up Sgurr na Stri a couple of weeks ago, and it is certainly the finest view I have ever seen. Cracking picture again Duncan.
newhey - 08/Oct/06Report
Just a thanks from me.
It really cheered up my lunch time, I always look forward to your submissions, keep them coming please.
I can only imagine how the original looks.
Jim c
Jim C - 09/Oct/06Report
Yet another stunning photo.
DougG - 09/Oct/06Report
Your beautiful photos continue to amaze those in my office and make my desire to retire to Scotland even stronger - hope you don't mind, it's now my backdrop. Brilliant, cheers
just wanna climb - 13/Oct/06Report
Congratulations! This photo was chosen as Photo of the Week, based on votes by registered users over the past 7 days.
Charles Arthur - UKC - 15/Oct/06Report
What a marvellous photo of the 'skyline' of Skye (and lochs) ... makes me homesick for Scotland.
FJC - 21/Oct/06Report
Fantastic. Tempted to jump in the car and go there now!
Am Fear Liath Mor - 05/Nov/06Report
that is an inspiring photie..
Griffin1 - 30/Nov/06Report
One of the few photos I've seen of the Cuillin that convery a sense of what the place is actually like.
idiot - 10/Jan/07Report
Still waters run deep. After viewing this site and recalling magic days I've spent in many,if not all, of these sanctuarys I'm especially priviledge to possess a photo montage of your work.
cassie - 13/Jan/07Report
What a belter. Well done.
baldcoder - 20/Feb/07Report
After reaching what he thought was the highest point Frodo realised Mordor was still a good distance away!
Glyn Jones - 27/Feb/07Report
best viewpoint in skye
heavy - 06/Mar/07Report
Heaven on Earth
Eban - 05/May/07Report
WOW ... many thanks ... yes many thanks
climber123 - 12/May/07Report
Super photo. Taken just yards away from where I proposed. (I made her work for it!!)
ajmacleod - 11/Jul/07Report
Just been to Skye again for a week because of your photo. Fantastic and sunny too!!
Toby_W - 23/Jul/07Report
simply unbelievable, could either
a) sit and stare at this for the next hour
b) jump in car and go there now !
The Fox - 22/Aug/07Report
Best viewpoint in Skye superb photos, some magic moments thank you
heavy - 13/Sep/07Report
Where are the climbers?
Franco Cookson OLD - 21/Aug/08Report
Absolutely stunning. Makes me proud to be British (as if I'm somehow responsible for such staggering beauty?).
Jon Stewart - 10/Mar/09Report
Absolutely fantastic.....makes me want be there instantly !!!
bobby belton - 26/Mar/09Report
brings back some great memories
MaxR - 17/Jul/09Report
Several times a week when in general conversation be it about Climbing walking or simply photography I tap onto this site chundering on about a fellow called streapadir and several times a week It puts a special smile onto peoples faces, on behalf of them and me it's time I said thanks. Yet again a great shot.
Rustyshanks - 24/Sep/09Report
Its about time I said thanks. This photo has been on my desktop for months and looks likely to stay there.
John Nuttall - 14/Feb/10Report
A breathtaking picture! Inspired an attempted traverse last year and a successful one this year. Many many thanks.
Alan Wattling - 01/Jun/10Report
Havent been to skye yet but this photo makes me want to go now!
painterman61 - 31/Oct/11Report
All been said ...cracking shot congrats
shaun walby - 16/Jul/13Report
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