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Isle of Skye

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Isle of Skye by GLADMAN Sligachan, looking toward the wondrous conical Glamaig, an overwhelming vision of natural form. TMA'ers, however, may be interested to know that the right hand peaks Sron a' Bhealain (cNG 504 284, unerringly highlighted by the power lines), and Beinn Dearg Mheadhonach (approx NG514 273, rising above) both possess cairns marked upon my old 1:25K OS map in antiquarian typeface. Their inspection entails a fabulous outing for those perhaps spooked by the sheer perpendicularity of Glamaig itself.
GLADMAN Image Credit: Robert Gladstone
Posted by GLADMAN
27th April 2015ce
Edited 27th April 2015ce
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Wow that is a wilderness, slightly marked by modern technology of course but lovely tones of colour. moss Posted by moss
28th April 2015ce
The lines were buggering up the angle I wanted.... so decided to use them instead. It's actually on the main road, but that's Skye for you. GLADMAN Posted by GLADMAN
28th April 2015ce
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