It isn’t much of a path, but I took this to illustrate just how difficult the conditions can start to get as you climb up the tallest mountain in the UK. The path is not as steep as I expected, but it can be tricky to navigate in parts due to loose stone as you can see here. This was taken in mid-June so there were quite a few people walking up and down the mountainside.
At first I was disappointed with this photograph due to the extremely bright white of the houses. This is what you get with the sun setting on the edge of this very picturesque loch in the highlands of Scotland. A minute later Continue reading “Plockton Houses at Dusk, Scottish Highlands”
Searching the website, this is the first photo of the Eilean Donan Castle that I have published. This is one of the most iconic images of Scotland and is situated on an island at the point where three great sea lochs meet, and surrounded by some majestic scenery. As some of my photographer friends might say it is very “chocolate boxy”. The castle is now one of the most visited and important attractions in the Scottish highlands.
This was taken on a walk around Fort William in Scotland, when I was walking back to the hotel and noticed a wild rabbit sat there in a graveyard. It was a real one as I saw his ears moving as I snapped a couple of frames of him. Fortunately he did stay there long enough for me to get a relatively sharp picture of him.