Travel Photography Photos tagged as skylines and mountains
The Cairngorm mountains are a remote wilderness area of the Scottish Highlands containing the second highest peak in the British Isles; Ben Macdui. The photo shows the peak of Cairngorm from the approach to the summit of Macdui.
Looking to the Aiguille du Tour from the summit of Mont Buet in the Aiguilles Rouges massif north of Chamonix
Looking south from the summit of Mont Buet (3099m) to Mont Blanc - the highest peak in the Ajps.
The Elan Valley's Craig Coch reservoir and the Cambrian Mountains of Mid Wales
This is the Picture of The Great Kailash Mansarovar Parvet. We should do this Kailash Mansarovar Yatra ones in life. This is the place of true salvation.
The Famous Black Tusk, a view from Whistler Mountain on a cloudy day
The Fells of Central Lakeland seen in the snow from the summit of Lord's Seat above Whinlatter Forest.
Spring snow showers over the Loweswater and Ennerdale Fells seen from Broom Fell above Whinlatter.
A Lake District view - Rest Dodd and The Nab seen from Rampsgill Head on the High Street Ridge.
A Lake District view - looking towards the Helvellyn Range and Blencathra from the summit of The Knott.
A view of the Caldbeck Fells in northern Lakeland showing Carrock Fell and Bowscale Fell from Foule Crag, Blencathra
The view from the summit of Blencathra looking over Souther Fell towards the far off Pennines
Scafell and Scafell Pike seen from Green Crag above Ulpha and the Duddon Valley South Lakeland
The summit of Pen y Gadair looking northwards across Snowdonia
The Schwarzhorn seen from near First above Grindelwald
Looking out to sea from the summit of Brim Fell near Coniston Old Man. Dow Crag is the summit on the right.
The Scafell Range rising above the remote Upper Eskdale seen from the summit of Grey Friar in the Coniston Fells to the South
Light and shade on the Conistin Fells with Skiddaw in the distance
Grey Friar and the Scafells seen from near the summit of Brim Fell in the Coniston Fells
Tryfan and Y Garn rise above Llyn Ogwen in Snowdonia National Park, North Wales
Late afternoon light on the Glyders range from the Ogwen Valley, North Wales
Helvellyn in winter seen above the clouds from The Knott in the High Street range.