In the middle of January, I went for a drive around Glen Lyon. There was enough snow lying that the road was slippy on corners, so I didn’t get anywhere near as far in as I would have liked, but still, the light was a special kind of low cool glow. This is a […]
It’s been a lousy grey and wet day – definitely dreich – here, so here are a few photos of a walk I took down the road one evening a few weeks ago, on a lovely sunny day. Graveyards? Not exactly my usual photographic cup of tea, but OK then… Landscape is a bit more […]
To celebrate my increasing antiquity at the end of August, I spent a happy few days in the Lake District with Mum & Dad. We stayed in a hotel around Borrowdale, with access to Derwentwater, close to Ashness Bridge. On the second morning there was wonderful mist in the valleys obscuring the view up the […]
Two final landscape scenes to close this series. It was a long morning spent watching the sun rise, walking around the River Walk and along the side of Loch Affric past An Tudair, before returning to the River Walk a second time and clambering up the opposite hill to the memorial to capture the passing […]
Low autumn light and undulating landscape
Evening scenery: gently undulating landscape and fluffy white clouds in a big blue sky.
Landscape is a very accessible genre in photography – or doesn’t take much effort to recognise the shape of gentle rolling hills.