Discussion in 'Trips Reports' started by gixer, Dec 22, 2014.
I've been disconnected from trek-lite for a while, so I guess it's time to post again.
Last autumn days before the Pyrenees turn white.
Some photos of a round from Grasmere today
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Enjoying these colours before they're gone in the local woods.
Not quite so local for us (6 hours by bus), but I get your point...
More fall colours,
Stabburdalen lake by turnerminator, on Flickr
This was over a little lake in Norway next to where I was hammocking. Autumn was over there last month, all the leaves had gone in a week. They are just coming to their peak here at home right now.
Its been chilly here near Inverness for the last week or so, and there's been snow on the hills most mornings recently. The Glen Affric Munros were looking particularly lovely this morning, however, from my drive to work across the Black Isle.
Cracking picture and view
What a great pic, thanks for posting it
Loch na Sealga
Loch Sionasgaig with Suilven, Cul Beag, Cul More and Stac Pollaidh for company.
Took the day off work to get a good day walk in with John Bernie .Nasty windchill and very fierce wind at times,good to get out.Some white about too
I was warned that northern Morocco can be rough in terms of being hassled for candy, people constantly pushing a hard sell etc. So far it’s just been fascinating landscapes, folks slowing down for a chat out the car window, people suddenly pulling over and leaping out to offer water, and discovery of wild camping leading to insistence of coming to sleep under their roof and being greeted with warm food and tea.
It’s impossible to capture the landscape on a cell phone camera. The light plays amazingly at sunrise and sunset.
Is it the Dru?
That ridge scramble looks a little bit exposed
Cheeky little walk on the downs today....
A Sunday afternoon stroll took us up Bidean Clann Raonaild - itself a fairly undistinguished wee hill but with an easy track to the top and superb views of the Torridons.
It's been a long time since we slept in the Duplex...
took the hounds to the beach in the rare bit of sun that came through yesterday.
A big swell pushed heaps up. 'Blue bottles.' Avoid even when dead.
Found out the avoid when dead the hard way when I was a lot younger than I am now.
Bare feet and the dead ones don't mix. Some were tiny and hard to see. Some of the tendrils still hanging on were a metre and a half long.
Well,if you can't have mountains, a sea view is the next best thing.
And it was even better in the morning.
The next couple of nights were pretty decent, too.
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