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Taken on hills from aged 5 Arran and a few Munroes- Done Munros a few times, climbed in Alps- Canada- USA- Nepal Himalayas- Karakoroum- Indian Hims- Tibet- Love Scotland enjoy mountaineering routes summer and winter. Member of Mountain Rescue over 37 years. Still try to get out at least once a week on the hills, love it!

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North East Scotland

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About My Photography
Photos of mountaineering/rescue and Scotland mountains all over the world in the last 40 years.

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Canada Ice Belay "would you use this?" Guiness Stout 4/4

Canada Ice Belay "would you use this?" Guiness Stout 4/4
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Snowdon Horseshoe Charity Bike Race

Snowdon Horseshoe Charity Bike Race
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Lucy at top of Hidden Chimney

Lucy at top of Hidden Chimney
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2009 Lurchers Crag  North Gully Top Pitch

2009 Lurchers Crag North Gully Top Pitch
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Sunset Lochnagar

Sunset Lochnagar
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The In Pin In Skye Ascent by Teallach

The In Pin In Skye Ascent by Teallach
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Canada ice Haffners Creek Rhys

Canada ice Haffners Creek Rhys
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Arran South Ridge Direct Cir Mor "Kenny Kennworthy when he used to climb"

Arran South Ridge Direct Cir Mor "Kenny Kennworthy when he used to climb"
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Anything Else We Should Know
Lectures on most subjects related with Mountain Rescue in Scotland. Spoke at the Dundee and Fort William mountain Festivals and Tour of USA in 2007. Also currently an after dinner speaker and will speak at Mountaineering Club Dinners. Regularly commented and spoken on Mountain matters on radio and television.


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