Tag Archives: Landscape Photography


How I Shot It – Devil’s Burdens, West Lomond

This weekend I headed into the Lomond Hills in Fife, a place I’ve often looked at and thought about visiting, but never had. One of the photographers I follow on Facebook (Fox in the snow […]

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Favourite Shots of 2016

2016 has been quite a year photographically. I wasn’t able to travel to all the places in Scotland I had hoped to, but I did get to some that I hadn’t thought of or even […]

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How I shot it – North Berwick Pier

Recently, I took a trip out to East Lothian for a day of photography. The day didn’t start out great, I headed to St Abbs in the borders where it was dull and raining. The […]

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How I shot it – Pentlands Sunset

This is my first post in a new Blog series I’m starting looking at how I shot some of my more popular images – looking at techniques used, equipment used and my through process behind […]

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Glen Lui

There are many different types of blog posts I’ll be sharing on here. One of them will be focusing on my favourite landscape photography locations.   On this occasion, I’ll be looking at part of […]

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Expressions of Scotland

Welcome to the new Expressions of Scotland blog! I’m really excited about this section of the website. I will begoing to using it to share stories from various trips around the country in search of […]

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