Five Panoramas And A Cracking Snap
Six great mountain shots courtesy of OUTDOORSmagic members and five of them are digital panoramas - take a look, get inspired and enjoy.
Posted: 9 November 2004
by OM Members
Since we put a rather nice panoramic shot of Cwm Idwal up on the
front page, we've been sent some rather nice variations on the theme,
plus one that isn't but is a really cracking shot anyway. Just click
on the pic for a bigger version, all the images are under 90k but
still may take a while to download.
Routeburn panoramic shot from OMer David Townley who took our last
week's advice before we'd given it and emigrated to New Zealand -
this is Routeburn Flats from the Routeburn Falls path. 'Just wait
until we get out there and off the beaten track a bit more!' says
David. Git... :-)
Another panorama, but this one's closer to home - this one's by
Andrew Dolman and is Kylesku bridge in the North West Highlands. 'My
mate Pete and I, he says, 'walked from Ullapool to Cape Wrath in May
and spent a night camped under the bridge. Nice spot. That's Sail
Gorm in the background I believe'
Wow, a cracking shot of Bla Bheinn taken by Richard Nicholls on
the walk in to the start of the mountain's SW ridge. Lots more great
stuff on Richard's web site 'A
More panoramic visions, this is Sella in the Dolomites taken by
OMer Simon Martin looking east. We've had to downsize it a bit to fit
on the site let alone on the screen mind....
Wow, if you've forgotten what winter's for, take a look at this
stunner of Helvellyn by Ian Brookes taken way back in March this year
and pray for snow :-)
And here's the shot that started it all off - Eddie Stephenson's
panoramic shot of Cwm Idwal with the Devil's Kitchen nestling nicely
to the left of Ygarn. Lovely...
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