Steven Mann
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I have lived in England, Russia, Germany and Kazakhstan. I am now fulfilling my dream of living in Scotland. I use FINEPIX F10 compact and FINEPIX S200EXR bridge cameras. Maybe, one day I'll invest in a DSLR. I am a keen mountain walker, mountain biker and runner. I like to keep a photographic record of my adventures.
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Unfortunately I had a few drops of rain on the lens

Absolutely beautiful!!!!

Zoli Testvér, ne feledd, csak egy tégla vagy a falban! Rajtad áll, milyen tégla, mert az üvegtégla átereszti magán a fényt. És ahol a fény, ott valóban az élet vár ránk...

I need to ascertain the precise position in Uralsk. I am still finding my way around.

L I K E ! ! !

Greetings from Germany | Grüße aus Hessen

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I really like this photo. It is nice to know what to look for when I arrive at the top in a thick soup of mist!

It looks to me as though you are doing the Corbetts.

I would like to add your picture to my page for Beinn a'Bha'ach Ard at

Is that Ok with you? It is a self indulgent site that just enables me to orgainise my plans for the hills and perhaps develops certain skills along the way. Always happy to share my ideas with people though.

Thank you Zoltan. I do not use Sepia very often but it suits certain subject matter.

Superb shot, great colour and sky. I quite like the people heading for the bothy, ready for a highland adventure. Like from me.


Very nice. Like and vote. Good luck in the contest. From Spain, Maria D.

Thank you for your comment Francois. Getting there involves a 4 mile walk across rough and boggy terrain, unless you have a boat or Kayak. When you get there you have a fine unlocked shelter complete with fire places and sleeping platforms. There is a faint track from argocats but I walked into it in fading light, falling into a bog on the way. The other main hazard are the numerous ticks - this is red deer country. There are also feral goats, seals and varied bird life.

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