Mountain Images - Prints of The Scottish Highlands, The Lake District, Snowdonia, The Himalayas and Everest
Kangchenjunga from Sikkim

Gallery of Mountain and Landscape Prints

Ben Nevis, Glencoe, Skye Cuillin, Torridon, Kintail, Snowdon, Tryfan, The Glyders, Scafell Pike, Helvellyn, Great Gable

by Ian Evans
Ian Evans is an accomplished mountaineer, photographer and writer on the mountains of Britain and The Himalaya. Born and educated in Liverpool, he now lives and works in the village of Invermoriston in the Scottish Highlands. Mountain Images are Britain's longest established publisher of specialist mountain prints and have been supplying high quality images to walkers, climbers and mountaineers for over thirty-five years.

A Distinctive Style

I am passionate about, and dedicated to, the capture of classic, natural and traditional views of mountains in the very best of conditions. When out on location I keep my use of creative filters to the absolute minimum, and I carry out only the most basic post-capture corrective work in the studio. A print you buy from me will genuinely reflect the view that I saw on the day I took the picture.

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Print & Frame Quality

My images were captured on professional film or high resolution digital cameras before painstakingly reproduced onto superb professional Epson Quality Art papers. My frames are also of the highest quality; the mouldings I offer have been carefully chosen to work well with all my images and they are manufactured and assembled by Fine Art Trade Guild craftsmen.

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Personal Attention & Guarantee

I have been publishing mountain prints since 1983 and they are now sold exclusively from this website. Each and every order receives my personal attention ensuring that every customer enjoys a first class product and a friendly, efficient and secure service. I am always available and happy to discuss customers' requirements or their concerns before placing an order.

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Loch Scavaig and the Cuillin

The Blog

Loch Scavaig and the Cuillin of Skye

The main ridge of the Black Cuillin of the Isle of Skye presents one of Britain's greatest challenges for both the mountaineer and the mountain photographer alike. The very location of this complex and precipitous group of summits, on the southern tip of the largest island in the inner Hebrides means that it is exposed to some of the most changeable and unpredictable weather patterns to be found anywhere in the British Isles. These mountains can be shrouded in mist for days at a time and then, suddenly, will appear in skies of outstanding clarity only to disappear again with equal rapidity.

Whilst any effort to photograph these very spectacular mountains in reasonable weather will always yield reward, I have always thought that the best viewpoints are from the north and south. Yes, I will concede that the summits enclosing the corries of Banachdich, Lagan and A'Ghrunnda do present a striking outline when seen from Glen Brittle to the west, and the sweeping elegance of Glen Sligachan and the rocky hollow of Harta Corrie offers an excellent foreground to any vantage point from the east. But neither, in my opnion can compare with the the views from the north, whose aspect benefits from the foreground of the tumbling waters of the Sligachan Burn, or from the south when the pinnacled summits are set above the deep blue lochs of Scavaig or Coruisk.

Aspect Ratio
Image Size*
Overall Framed Print Size **
Print Only Price
Framed Print Price
780 x 260 mm
(30" x 10" approx)
1010 x 500mm
(40" x 20" approx)
from £140
Small Panoramic
615 x 205 mm
(24" x 8" approx)
815 x 415mm
(32" x 16" approx)
Tall Panoramic
610 x 305 mm
(24" x 12" approx)
830 x 535 mm
(33" x 21" approx)
450 x 300 mm
(18" x 12" approx)
650 x 510 mm
(26" x 20" approx)
375 x 250 mm
(15" x 10" approx)
575 x 460 mm
(23" x 18" approx)

* Image Size refers to the precise size of the printed image.
** Overall Framed Print Size refers to the overall external dimensions of the finished framed print including the mount border and the frame.
This will vary depending upon the moulding selected and is approximate; the figures shown are based on 34mm wide 'Ebony'.
All prints are signed.

Banner Image : Kangchenjunga from Goecha La Base Camp, Sikkim
Mountain Prints by Ian Evans