Summit Beinn A'an

© Ian D. Cameron

Summit Beinn A'an

Uploaded: August 31, 2008


Pentax 67II, 55-100 zoom, polariser, 0.6ND grad, Velvia 50. f/16 at 1/8 sec.

Beinn A'an, Dukes Pass, Aberfoyle, Scotland.

This very small mountain cannot even justify being called one as it really isn't all that high but it is an arduous trek and the view from the summit is out of all proportion to its size particularly with this thunderous sky and blip of light painting the summit cairn.

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Dianna Murphy August 31, 2008

Beautiful Ian. #989832

KARU WIJESUNDARA. A.N.P.A.S. August 31, 2008



KARU. #6393307

Lynne Morris level-classic September 06, 2008

This is beautiful Ian, wonderful pov, colours and lighting. Your gallery is beautiful :) #6420497

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