Corrie Fee

It seems like ages ago now – but back in April, a friend took me for a walk up Corrie Fee near Glen Clova. It was the first time I’ve been there, and didn’t know exactly what to expect; the first stretch through the forestry was pleasant (once the weather made its mind up what […]

Foggy Nights

Continuing the theme of failed attempts to do astrophotography, I spent an evening out at Newport-on-Tay in Fife. There’s a neat little road leading down to a carpark with a tiny beach and rocky outcrop… with the interplay of artificial lights and huge blanket of fog, it needed photographing 🙂

Out in the middle of nowhere

On a whim, a friend and I spent a few hours out in the middle of nowhere, Aberdeenshire – hunting aurora which totally failed to show, avoiding fog and pointing cameras sky-wards to see what could be seen. I quite liked the lights of a cow-byre against the mist, the Pleiades and Hyades star clusters […]

A Day in Argyll (3): Catching a Ferry

Late in the afternoon I caught a ferry from Oban out to Mull. Several times in the voyage, the light was just amazing. Leaving Oban with sunlight and clouds over Kerrera: An epic vibrant complete double-rainbow seeming to hover just 50yd behind the ferry: Stunning light approaching Mull: There’s something relaxing just simply watching the […]