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Old 20th September 2013
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My POTD from sapper

Sapper's beautiful landscape: good foreground interest and doesn't it all look just grand? Och aye!

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Re: My POTD from sapper

I agree, an excellent choice!
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Re: My POTD from sapper

One to be proud of.
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Re: My POTD from sapper

Simply Stunning
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Re: My POTD from sapper

I am a sucker for snow capped mountains. Lovely capture.
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Re: My POTD from sapper

I like the fact that the rocks on the foreground make it different from the usual mirror-image landscapes we often see

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Re: My POTD from sapper

Beautiful landscape Dave, well done indeed.
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Re: My POTD from sapper

Thanks guys. On this day we got up at silly O'clock to get the sun coming up. Later on, you couldn't move for folk with mobile phones capturing the scene, it was very still.
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Re: My POTD from sapper

If you turn it upside down there's a spaceship over the mountain.
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Re: My POTD from sapper

I agree the reflection with the added rocks was a masterstroke, well done Dave.
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Re: My POTD from sapper

Agree great shot thanks for keeping this section alive
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Re: My POTD from sapper

If only I could have taken that one. It's great.
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Re: My POTD from sapper

Not often we get a shot of Meall A' Bhuiridh from there, it's usually the Buachaille. I've not seen a nicer shot of that hill, nicely done Dave
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