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ardessie waterfall
Here are a few more pictures of our remarkable early winter. Temperatures plunged so low that most of the Ardessie Falls (Dundonnell) froze including most of this section not far from the road. The ice at the foot of this fall was about 14 inches thick, covering what is usually a beautiful deep pool.

View of Fisher 2 - Dec2010
This picture was taken when Colin was on a long traverse of Sail Mhor and part of the An Teallach ridge. This picture is taken looking south from Sail Mhor when the conditions were dry but incredibly cold. Two people were injured in an avalanche near here just days after this picture was taken after conditions changed.

stac p - 3 Dec2010
Paul was on more film location duty this time with a crew from New York who needed to film some dramatic Highland scenery in the North West. Their timing couldn’t have been better when they chose to visit Coigach and Stac Pollaidh pictured above. Again, the weather was bitterly cold but the mist and blue skies made the pinnacles look even more magical.

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