What’s a geek to do to keep the world turning?
This past Saturday was the Word-wide Photo Walk; as has become an occasional habit, I attended the Inverary walk. There was a trip around the Inverary Jail: and around the town front and Castle: and early-autumn scenery around Dubh Loch: Some of these are available as prints over on ShinyPhoto.
In general, lacking high pointy mountains, Angus always strikes me as one of the less dramatic parts of the country. However, I’ve visited the Lunan Bay area a few times and it makes a good escape for an afternoon. There’s quite a nice beach… and the ruins of Red Castle stand out stark sandstone against […]
What I Did On My Holidays (2): Assynt: early morning sunrise. Light. Mountains. Rocks. Drone. Happiness.
Can’t beat Scotland’s West Coast in summer. Saturday was spent exploring a new place to me, Smirisary in Glenuig, Lochaber. A beach of large psammite outcrops with lyprophyre dykes Signs of habitation – old (but possibly still in use) croft/houses just above the shore in amongst the caves Beautiful landscapes – wide vistas via light […]
Concerning Rocks: an exploration of the Highland Boundary Fault at Stonehaven.
Two photos from a stroll down the road on a warm summer evening Prints of The Leader are available from my photography website, ShinyPhoto.
A few photos from Tuesday evening’s excursion to Kinross hunting a partial lunar eclipse
In the words of a twitter friend of mine: A few photos made whilst walking for approximately half an hour with the dog. Nothing special – just nice low evening light and details of the pastoral landscape around.
A few photos from Sunday afternoon’s explorations around Loch Rannoch. We walked through the Black Woods; whilst flying the drone near Camghouran I discovered remains of a building – a pile of stones and hints of mounds in the earth possibly in the shape of a former but’n’ben croft? – in a clearing in the […]