/ Mountain identification please
Ben More and Stob Binnein dead centre, Loch Tay behind and Ben Lawers range behind the wing.
It's a lovely picture - I'd been admiring it just before you asked what was what. As Pete says, Ben More and Stob Binnein are in the middle (odd how BM looks quite a bit higher than SB when the actual difference is only nine metres), with Cruach Ardain in front of SB and the inconsequential-looking dodgy Munro of Beinn Tulaichean out on the right-hand ridge. Then An Caisteal is the horseshoe-shaped hill next nearest the camera, with Beinn a'Chroin to its right; and Beinn Chabhair in the foreground.
Loch Voil is the long straight loch going away from shot to the right, with the Vorlich/Stuc massif further back and to the right of that - think that's the summit of Ben Vorlich just catching the sun. Snowline generally looks to be about 700m - I was up Beinn Chabhair the Wednesday before last and conditions were very much along these lines.
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