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Sidhartha Dongre
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Taking advantage of my new-found proximity to the Arrochar region, and a visit from my old friend Craig, we set out for an overnight wild camp within the furrow of the three peaks in the area. Our route took us around the western skirt of The Cobbler, up…

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So…It was about time we headed this way. As with many who frequent the British hills and mountains, Ben Nevis is often someplace, somewhere on a ‘to-do’ list. It had been talked about for several years but had never come about, thus after moving to…

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A few years back, a couple of good friends and I spent a few days hiking around the Cairngorm Mountains, and last year we made another visit. This time we intended to extend the trip by two days so we could re-attempt a certain harrowing escapade on Ben…

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As promised, here are the remaining images I’ve edited from 2015’s Pan American Adventure. There are relatively few shots from the latter stages of 2015’s Americas trip compared to the Southern American leg – predominantly because my poor Pentacon gave up…

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So..It’s been a long while – toooo long really. Since my last post (apparently 11 months ago!) much so much has happened; I’ve moved to Glasgow, started a new job, acquired a cat, and am now looking to buy my first house with my partner. Eventful times,…

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Just a few test shots, taken through the Russian MIR 45mm f3.5 and using the Pentacon Six TL; the post-war, East German, medium format SLR whose reputation is somewhat chequered, if you believe the ‘hype’ of course. Despite these aspersions, this…

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Upon conclusion of our ‘organised’ itinerary we had left a week or so of spare time to head elsewhere in Peru. So in escaping the excitement of Cusco, the highs and lows of our trek and after a gruelling >12 hour bus journey, we arrived in Arequipa – a…

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So…Machu Picchu. The wondrous subject of histories, mythologies and fantasies. The iconic Incan jungle citadel that was e’er sought after by the Conquistadors and greatly mis-characterised by the U.S.-American contingent that re-discovered it during the…

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