North Berwick Sea Pool
A stunning location when those magical things come together. In this case it was the breaking of dawn on a new day and the high tide filling the pool up again. Bass Rock is visible off the shoreline.
Elgol and the black Cullins
Looking across the Loch from Elgol the Cuillin are just about visible as another day ends and low cloud closes in.
Another from My Skye series of photo prints.
Marsco at dawn
Marsco, one of the many beautiful and standing tall amoungst the other Red Mountains. Considered a Graham as its only just over 2400 feet it certainly looks far higher when you stand at its bottom.
Loch Ard Early morning Autumn
Pap of Glencoe
A rare moment as nature came together at the Pap of Glencoe. A wonderful vista and a memorable scene
Arran at Sunset
To the Cuillin
Looking across from the Elgol area to the Black Cuillin, this long exposure image takes in some of the majesty yet raw nature of Skye. Dark and brooding the low cloud hangs on the Cuillin range.
A beautiful golden ray of sunshine lights up one of the mountains lining the route through Glen Etive.
The stunning view across the pier by moonlight in the blue hour after sunset gently picking out Arran across the sea. The very last colour from the setting sun is still visible on the right hand horizon but its fading fast nd only a lone exposure image like this would have seen it. I could not make it out with the naked eye.