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This was taken from the coach by Louize as we were heading down the mountain to get that ferry to cruise down the river Clyde in Scotland, and what a stunning view and atmosphere!
Eilean Donan Castle - one of the most beautiful and photographed castles in the world.
A danger of repeating myself and I hope you don't tire of these photo's from the fields but every sunset seems to offer a different feel. This is from tonight, it's nice just to sit with the dog and the silence and watch the fading light pick up the colour and the lines. This time of night the dog just seems happy to sit and enjoy as well!
This is Ullapool in Scotland on a very misty morning, I let the atmosphere speak for itself! taken of Fujichrome slide film and scanned in PS. this is the original version!
A quick snap down my garden this morning showing the delightful Scottish springtime weather that we're enjoying---hailstones, snow, and thunder and lightning yesterday and today!
I don't know, this was just sitting around in my "studio" and I thought I'd take a look. It's a very common item, pretty much SOOC with crop and not much else.
55mm NIKKOR-Micro f/2.8 w/27.5mm Ext. Tube.
There is not that much flat land in Scotland. This is a picture taken from the Wallace monument looking over to what I believe are the Ochill Hills. The Wallace monument is on one of the hils next to Stirling Castle. Typical Scottish sky, it is either pure grey or like this and quite angry.
Another one from my recent find down in the Scottish Borders.
I was suprised that you can get right down to the bottom which was just about safe to clamber down but wouldn't do on a day when it had rained or was windy.
Another from my Scotland trip with the nice moody light that we were lucky to have most of the trip. A nice fence as added bonus
Buachaille Etive Mor Moutains from the River Coupall - Glencoe Had a trip to a Glencoe in the Scottish Highlands it has been a place that I have wanted to visit for sometime. The weather forecast wasn't good but they never always get it right so took a chance. Managed to get a couple of shots in between the showers, There are many locations for photographs in the Glen Coe area all within easy access of the A82. But I do advise make sure you take some midge repellent or a body suit because I have never seen so many midges in one spot it spoilt the shot. But it's another lesson learnt for next time
The phrase 'Scotch mist' is used humorously to refer to something that is hard to find or doesn't exist - something imagined. 'Scottish mist', on the other hand, is something all too real :o/
Taken in a crop field at Croy near Inverness in the Scottish Highlands.
After a day of severe gales and snow blizzards, I woke up early the following morning to my camera staring me in the face telling me to get my lazy ass out of bed..... so I did!!!
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Another shot from the field just down from my house. Wont be long before the farmer uplifts these bales so thought i would try from another angle.
For this challenge I really wanted Ana to stand out and what better way then putting her infront of a massive amount of snow? I really like this shot to be honest.
Hope you like it! :)
Evening light in Glen Etive Scottish Highlands
These are a present from someone who knows how much I love photographing my vegetables, These chilli peppers score 100,000 to 350,000 on the Scoville scale of chilli-heat. Hot hot hot! These Chillies are offered to HMM the represent the letter C.
This is Ullapool in Scotland back in 1993, taken of Fujichrome slide film and scanned in PS
Thank you to every one who takes the time to comment and fave my shots
A rainy street scene from 2004 in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Captured with the old Olympus 2100. Looking out from a nice warm second floor restaurant window, while taking refuge from the storm.
Edited in Alien Skin's Exposure 6.
The River Clyde on a misty March morning. HDR from 3 images, which I've then texturised to make less obvious and more atmospheric.
No, not Woodstock, this is a view down to the Tweed valley close to the Osprey viewing centres.
Taken from our hotel in Scotland this week. Life has been so busy lately I will finally catch up on my comments