I'm sharing two large panoramas I took during a trip to the Black Cuillin mountain range on the Isle of Skye in North-West Highlands of Scotland. The Cuillin mountains - commonly referred to as Britain's alpine playground - includes 12 Munros (Scottish mountains over 3,000ft tall), all dotted along a narrow and complex ridge line, c.7 miles long.

First up is a 19-stitch panorama from Bealach Bhasteir near the summit of Am Basteir. The main landmarks (left to right) are Sgurr nan Gillean, Bla Bheinn, Sgurr na h-Uamha, Sgurr na Stri, Druim nam Ramh, Harta Corrie, Gars-Bheinn, Sgurr Dubh Mhor and Bidein Druim nan Ramh. 

Beneath it is a 15-stitch panorama from Coire a'Bhasteir. The main landmarks in this image are (left to right) Sgurr nan Gillean (Pinnacle Ridge), Am Basteir, a tiny looking Basteir Tooth and Sgurr a'Bhasteir. 

Both of these panoramic images of Scotland's mountains are available to order for print. Ideal for home or office walls.

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