Mountaineering Fish

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  1. RobotJam

    RobotJam TPF Noob!

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    There were fish in these ponds, thats 900 meters up a mountain !

    A load of pics from around Fort William in Scotland, stunning scenery.
     
  2. Rob

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    Cool shots - looks like it was a nice day for it!

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  3. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Hey, have I met you before on here, RobotJam? If not: big welcome!
    Those photos are awesome. And you wonder how fish would get into ponds that high, right, but I think they get there through birds... do you want me to describe exactly, how?

    The scenery is just great!

    By the way, have you become aware of our Forum Meet-up in London on 20-21 August? (I think I will from now on remind every British member of that meet-up). You find details in the Meet-Up-Forum, a sub-forum of the "Photo Locations".
     
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    LaFoto, have we met ? I have no idea, I have seen previous posts of yours. Anyway please explain how fish get into ponds 900 meters up a mountain ! These were small fish, obviously baby fish.
     
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    wonderful pictures! the first one is stunning! great pano!
     
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    That first shot is amazing and I really like the spot of red jacket!! All very nicely done!!! BTW welcome to the forum!!!! : )
     

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