Loch Duich Sunset
Loch Duich Sunset

Loch Duich Sunset

This is another well-known and visited viewpoint and the type of conditions one encounters here are often down to chance. There are excellent opportunities for capturing a pleasing shot at either end of the day and, in my opinion, the elevation provides a more expansive composition than that which can be achieved down at shore level. With a very stable…

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Glencoe Sunrise
Glencoe Sunrise

Glencoe Sunrise

Glencoe sunrise was a shot which I had attempted two years earlier, planned well in advance by calculation of the sun's azimuth and altitude when seen from this location, so it was just a matter of patience - and good fortune - that the right conditions would prevail during the window of opportunity that I had identified. It is a…

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Rannoch Moonset and Sunrise
Rannoch Moor Sunrise and Moonset

Rannoch Moonset and Sunrise

If I have a preference, it is for sunrise rather than sunset; I love watching the sun rise on a cold frosty morning and bathe the landscape in its warm yet delicate colours. I also enjoy the stillness and silence of the pre-dawn; a time when one can be at peace and feel at one with nature. On this occasion…

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First Light on An Teallach
First Light on An Teallach

First Light on An Teallach

An Teallach is one of the most distinctive and popular mountains of the Scottish Highlands; its distant and jagged ridge is a familiar sight to those travelling between Inverness and Ullapool. In translation An Teallach appropriately means 'The Forge', a name fully justified if one is fortunate enough to witness the first rays of the morning sun light up its…

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