Year 2014

The Cairngorms – Granite and Pine

Following on from my trip around the Moray and Aberdeenshire coasts I turned inland through part of Royal Deeside and made my way into the Cairngorms National Park, Britains largest last great wildest space and most remote National Park with… Continue Reading →

Print of the Month – December 2014

The chance of seeing a White Christmas seem to be less frequent these days so here’s a chance to be guaranteed one of your very own with this print of Llyn Tryweryn in Snowdonia.   The painter Augustus John and… Continue Reading →

Singing Sands – Ardnamurchan just one Scotland’s Best 100 Places

Pleased to say that one of my images featuring the “Singing Sands” on the Ardnamurchan Peninsula has been used in a book that has been recently published – Scotland The Best 100 Places.  Peter Irvine, bestselling author of “Scotland The… Continue Reading →

The Moray Firth and Aberdeenshire Coasts – Cliffs, Coves & Castles

I have recently completed a trip I had planned to make in 2012 but had to postpone due to a sudden back problem that stopped me from driving never mind walking, plenty of which I always have to do on… Continue Reading →

Print of the Month – November 2014

I must admit that I have a somewhat unusual reason for choosing the image of Kilnave Chapel on the Isle of Islay, the Inner Hebrides for this Print of the Month.  Over the weekend there has been numerous searches by… Continue Reading →

British Churches, Chapels and Crosses

In this the latest instalment of a look at the British landscape I thought we would have something totally different.  Churches, Chapels and Crosses but still set within the landscape.   Some of these are located in stunning locations and… Continue Reading →

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