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Ben Nevis Panorama
© Sean Kelly, Feb 2010
Route: Carn Mor Dearg traverse
Camera used: Nikon D300
5*VOTING: number of votes 73

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A stitch from 9 images, original files size was over 450MB!
Sean Kelly - 22/Feb/10
gotta be photo of the week!
drunken monkey - 23/Feb/10
It's a great shot, and it was a great day too. Good to meet you up there Sean. I have a shot of you against this background which you are welcome to have a copy of as I suspect you are usually at the other end of the camera!
there are some of my shots from the two days we were out at http://www.flickr.com/photos/22802325@N07/4378502943/in/photostream/
Ianfitz - 24/Feb/10
Your link doesn't appear to work. Were you part of the group of 3 heading for the bothy in the Grey Corries?
Sean Kelly - 24/Feb/10
Yes that right, we made it there and returned over most of the mamores the next day. A stunning outing!
this should work if you cut and paste it in to your browser.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/22802325@N07/4378502943/in/photostream/
Ianfitz - 24/Feb/10
Your footwear looked unusual. What was going on?
Sean Kelly - 24/Feb/10
Wow - what an absolutely stunning shot.
flat eric - 28/Feb/10
Its a nice shot but would be better if the stitching hadn't warped the horizon.(RHS is much higher than the LHS). This should be easily fixable.
prog99 - 28/Feb/10
Fell shoes and Kahtoola aluminium running crampons. We are all fell runners and were out there to recce the Ramsay round.
Ianfitz - 02/Mar/10
Perspective problem now fixed but it took some time as I was working with a 1.3GB image! Press refresh on your browser if it still looks wrong.
Sean Kelly - 04/Mar/10
This looked great before the change and it looks even better now, good job.
Duncan_Andison - 05/Mar/10
Beautiful mountain photography at its best...very inspiring.
shaun walby - 10/Feb/11
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