Scotland 2006 photos: second batch


in Oxford, Photo essays, Photography, The outdoors, Travel

All taken during our first big hike on Friday, this series of photos shows a bit of the majesty of the Scottish highlands.

Scottish peak

There is really no mistaking the glacial origins of these mountains, though the erosion patterns of the rocks look quite unusual to someone used to mountains in British Columbia.

Three peaks we climbed

These are three of the five peaks we climbed on Friday, including at least one of the three Munros.

Descending path

While requiring less exertion, descents were often rather more daunting than ascents.

Study in lichen

Continuity of hats is an important element of hiking trips.

Group photo

From left to right: Milan, Mark, Helen, Kathleen, Dengli, Chris, and Bruno. Photo taken by Andrew or Roman.

With tutorials tomorrow, I need to get some sleep. More photos and descriptions of the trip should come online tomorrow.

{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

Jessica August 2, 2006 at 8:05 am

Someday I shall start a rock band and it will be called Continuity of Hats

Milan August 5, 2006 at 10:25 pm


I will make sure to buy the debut album.

Milan February 14, 2007 at 12:00 am

My Scotland photos have been linked on the Oxford Walking Club website.

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