Friday, 17 June 2011

View from the summit of Saana

As promised, here's another photograph from Saana. This one is taken from the top and wraps around to give a full 360-degree view.


To get a good idea of what it is like, you should click on the image to see a larger version. There are a few interesting features. One was a stone circle/labyrinth, that people have made from stones. It is about 20% of the way across (starting from the left). At about 40% across, is the summit cairn. The radio mast is clearly visible about 70% across and the direction to KAIRA is about 80% or so (but obscured by the rise on the mountain).

Have a nice weekend!

Unfortunately, this web log limits images to 1600 pixels width. I'll try to get a full-resolution version posted sometime soon.

Photo: D. McKay-Bukowski

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