Trees, lighthouses and epic climbs up Old Man of Storr. This week’s feature takes in some of Scotland’s most famous landscapes but also some roads less travelled.
We hope you enjoy the amazing icons of Isle of Skye and Glencoe, and a few images from the road less travelled on the Isle of Lewis and Harris.
The drama of Scotland is always consistent no matter the location. We hope you enjoy some of our favourites below from this amazing country.
Hope you enjoy ….
Our resident expert in all things Scottish, Daragh Muldowney, will be doing 2 workshops in Scotland in 2024 – check them out below.
The Old Man of Stor Isle of Skye. Always a tough walk to get in position but well worth the effort. Image by Daragh Muldowney
Glencoe in Scotland in full bloom. It’s not just the trees that turn golden. The grasses of the bog can be electric too. Image by Daragh Muldowney
This sums things up so well in Scotland. Epic mood with light trying to breakthrough on the horizon. Image by Daragh Muldowney
The Fairy Pools on Isle of Skye are a kaleidoscope of stunning colours. The sun never appeared for sunrise but dark and moody always works with Scotland just fine. Nikon d850, 24mm TS Lens, Polariser Lee and .9 soft grad
The minimalist possibilities are endless on Lewis and Harris. What a sunset this was .. 2.5 sec exposure to keep some water texture with my 3 stop. Image by Daragh Muldowney
When the sky goes off in Scotland there’s just no stopping it. Epic light here on the Isle of Skye. Image by Daragh Muldowney
A wee bit of Scottish drama in Torridon.
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