The U.K’s highest mountain above a winter inversion.Scotland, Jan 2006
Sunrise over MaryportWest Cumbria, Summer 2012
Another couple from the archives.
A’ Mhaighdean (pronounced ah-vatyin) is one of the most remote munros in Scotland. It’s a 10 mile walk to the causeway at Carnmore near the head of Fionn Loch, (where I camped a few years ago) and that’s before you start any ascent!
View of Fionn Loch from A’ MhaighdeanFisherfield Forest, N.W Scotland, April 2009
Just returned from a trip to the Scottish Highlands where the weather has been fantastic.
Haven’t had chance to develop any film yet so this one is from the archiveGlen Coe from North Ballachulish, Scotland, Feb 2010
One of the semi domestic herd that wanders the Cairngorm mountainsGlenmore, Scotland, January 2010
A beautiful day of powder snow and sunshine. Perfect for ski touring.
From the archives!Ryvoan, Cairngorms, Scotland, January 2010.
Translates from Gaelic as ‘The Little Herdsman of Etive’.
The river Etive flows through the glen of the same name just to the east of this mountain, pouring into Loch Etive before spilling out through the Falls of Lora into sea off the west coast of Scotland – a wild and beautiful place.
If you look closely you can see the wind whipping the snow from the ridge in the middle distance.
This is a digital image from before I took up shooting film.Nr. Glen Coe, Scotland, January 2010