Atmospheric image of the mountains of Ardgour reflected in the still waters of Loch Linnhe, Lochaber Scotland

Ardgour

This is a detail cropped from an image of dawn breaking over the Rannoch Moor, Scotland with Schiehallionin the far distance .

Dawn across the Moor

A winter  image of Ben Nevis reflected in the calm and still waters of Loch Eil, Lochaber, Scotland

ben nevis reflected in Loch eil

Moody and atmospheric image of Loch Coruisk and the Cuilin Montains from Elgol, Isle of Skye , Scotland

Cuillins form Elgol

Sunset photograph taken from Girvan beach, Ayrshire Scotland. Image shows the sky in glorious technicolour due to the setting sun with the lighthouse at the entrance to Girvan harbour in silhouette on the right, with Ailsa Craig in the distance on the left. Centre of the photo are two small sea birds flying home.

Sunset & the sea.

Early morning dawn image taken from the layby at Altnafheidh, Glencoe at the start of the Devil’s Staircase. The photograph is looking south towards the Rannoch Moor. Stob Dearg peak of Buachaille Etive Mhor is on the immediate right of the canvas print, with  the lower slopes of Stob Beinn a Chrulaiste on the left. In the distance are the ski slopes of the Glencoe Ski resort on Meall a Bhuiridh .

Morning Has Broken

Early morning shot of dawn or sunrise over the trossach hills with loch venacher in the middle ground. The photograph was taken from the lower slopes of Ben An. The clouds look almost like space ships!

Dawn over Loch Venacher, Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, Scotland

An iconic image of the Buachaille Etive Mhor taken from the Kingshouse Hotel, Glencoe. This iconic mountain is seen in all its autumn glory.

A late autumn Buachaille

This image is of the Cuillins hills of the Isle of Skye, Scotland from the West Highland township of Bunacaimb looking “over the sea to Skye”.  Though, as all too often the Cuillin hills are shrouded in mist, this time I was lucky as the cloud rose sufficiently to allow me to take the image. The low lying land in the middle ground is part of the Sleat peninsula, also on Skye.

Cuillins and Sleat peninsula, Isle of Skye,

This photograph of dawn breaking over the Rannoch Moor, Lochaber, Scotland was taken from the summit of Stob Dearg peak on Buachaille Etive Mhor, Glencoe looking eastwards towards Schiehallion in the far distance.

Sunrise (over the Rannoch Moor), Lochaber, Scotland

This rather atmospheric image was taken from the summit of Dumyat, which is the most westerly top of the Ochil Hills. As you can see it was a rather hazy morning with a very fine mist covering the estuary of the River Forth. In the centre of the image are the two bridges that span the forth at the village of Kincardine which is situate to the fore of the chimney stack of Longannet Power Station the distance from where the photo was taken is approx 12 miles away.

Longannet & Kincardine Bridges from Dumyat , Scotlan

This Image to me conjures up Neil Cassady & Jack kerouc or thoughts of hobos in America's mid west. Actually it was taken in the West Coast of Scotland between Fort William & Glenfinnan. The image of railroad tracks to many represent freedom. The freedom to roam without the day to day responsibilities of modern life. . Image of a single rail track disappearing into the distance. The rail way track is tree lined on both sides with snow capped hills in the far distance.

Railroad Track, Locheilside, Lochaber, Scotland

This image isk of the Cuillins hills of the Isle of Skye, Scotland from the West Highland township of Bunacaimb looking “over the sea to Skye”.  Though, as all too often the Cuillin hills are shrouded in mist, this time I was lucky as the cloud rose sufficiently to allow me to take the image. The low lying  land in the middle ground is part of the Sleat peninsula, also on Skye.

Rainbow over Morar

Atmospheric shot of a double Rainbow over the township of Ness on the Isle of Lewis, Western Isles, Scotland

Rainbow over Ness, Isle of Lewis, Outer Hebrides, Scotland

The image is of Ben Starav reflected in the waters of Glen Etive, Lochaber , Scotland

Autumn Reflections, Glen Etive

This image is of a temperature inversion taken from the summit of Ben An in the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National park. This climatic effect is caused by a layer of cool air at the surface is overlain by a layer of warmer air. In the middle of the photograph you can see the “Dukes Pass. In the distance on the right hand side is Earl’s Seat and the Campsie Fells or Hills.

Temperature Inversion from Ben An, Trossachs, Scotland

This  image was taken one late august day on the road from Stornoway to Ness on the Isle of Lewis in the Scottish Outer Hebrides. I deliberately cropped this image to give an impression of travelling on the open road without a care in the world. You could almost sense the ghost of a Scottish Jack Kerouac.

The road to nowhere (& everywhere)

I shot this image from the banks of the Abhainn Shira river looking towards the cirque of Munros consisting of Ben Chuirn, Ben Starav, Stob Coirre nan Albannaich, Meall nan Eun and Stob Ghabhar.  I later cropped the photograph to give the trees more prominence and make them the focal point.

Trees

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