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About photographicviewscotland

Photographers of Scotland's landscape and remote places and arts and craft makers. Mhairi is also making needle felted animals under the name of the Woof in the Wool. We live in Abernethy in Perthshire, Scotland.

Is Corrie the prettiest village

We were on the Island of Arran at the weekend and it poured from the moment we got off the ferry until we got back on the next day. Arran is in the Clyde estuary and is described as Scotland … Continue reading

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Glasgow Welcomes the World

So proud of Glasgow -the place of our birth. Here’s a great blog from a great blogger at the commonwealth games.

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Isle of Lewis gallery update

Its been a month since we got back from the Hebrides and I am only now getting around to updating our galleries. Check out the new additions to our Isle of Lewis gallery. I am afraid I suffer from a … Continue reading

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Colin Prior’s Karakoram project

Hopefully you got to see the fantastic one hour Adventure Show special on Colin Prior’s photographic trip to the Karakoram mountain range. Perhaps it was only available in Scotland – BBC 2.  Follow the link above to the adventure show … Continue reading

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John Ellis – Another fantastic Scottish Landscape photographer

If you love dramatic Scottish highland scenery you will love the images on the John Ellis Photography website. Its been a while since a new Scottish landscape photographer has caught our eye. However, Mhairi has been sharing pictures on a … Continue reading

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This year’s trip to the outer Hebrides

We have finalised arrangements for this year’s trip to the outer Hebrides. We are staying this time (the first two weeks of June) in the lochs area of the Isle of Lewis. This is new territory for us and it … Continue reading

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Another favourite drive – Glenshee in winter

Here is another addition to the quest to list the best driving roads in Scotland. What makes it even more special is this road can deliver a fix of snow-covered landscape when there has been little to go around in … Continue reading

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Upgrading our website is an oily rag of a job

Upgrading software might be replacing the annual car service for the masses. I no longer know or want to know what goes on under the bonnet of a car so I rely on professional mechanics to sort out the annual … Continue reading

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Introducing sculpting with wool

Mhairi is great at making things. This year she has started producing life-like animals out of the process of felting wool. I am blown away by how lovely they are. We have several around the house now and they are … Continue reading

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Flickr keeps growing

There seems to be a law of exponential growth in the community of people who enjoy seeing the world through the lens. I am celebrating the number of views of our flickr images passing 200,000. It took three years to … Continue reading

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