One of the shots I'd been planning for a while is a view across the Aonach Eagach, one of the narrowest mountain ridges in Scotland. I almost got something on the last trip to Glencoe before being swallowed by cloud as I approached the summit of Sgorr nam Fiannaidh, the Munro at the Western end of the traverse, where this was taken from.
On this occasion I got what I was after. High winds made things a little tricky, especially as I was going to have to get not just one shot sharp, but four or five if I wanted a full panoramic view as planned.
With tripod legs spread wide enough to allow the centre column to be planted deep in snow, and me adding my (not particularly considerable) weight on top, it worked out just fine.