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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.

Landscape of the year 2013

The Take a View landscape photographer of the year 2013 is for us the UK’s annual Oscars of landscape images. This year’s worthy winner is Tony Bennett LRPS. A photograph of autumn mists drifting over Crummock Water in the English Lake … Continue reading

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Scenic drives suggestions for touring around Scotland.

Driving in Scotland, especially heading to the remote parts, can be a pure joy. Visit Scotland have started another list of the best drives in Scotland on their blog although I think they need to make better use of some … Continue reading

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Harris video updated with latest images

We have visited the Isle of Harris four times in two and half years.  Its been a dream come true. Mhairi has updated our video – Harris: a Journey – with some of the best images we have taken. This … Continue reading

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10 Great Places to see Autumn Leaves in Scotland

I agree with all these recommendations on where to find full autumn colour scenery in Scotland. You can find many of them in our Perthshire Gallery.

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Back from Sanna

We got back from Ardnamurchan late yesterday night. It took us twelve hours going the long way home via the north side of the peninsula towards the Sound of Arasaig and stopping every half hour to take in the stunning Lochaber … Continue reading

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Returning to Ardnamurchan

Ardnamurchan is the most westerly point on the British mainland prides itself according to the local tourist association on being a best kept secret. We are heading back there for the third time in two years. I wonder what the special attraction is for … Continue reading

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Scots Pine for Scotland

What tree do you think of when you think of Scotland? The Scots Pine or the Rowan  perhaps? There is an active consultation on whether Scotland should have a national tree. Not perhaps the most crucial issue of the day … Continue reading

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Outlander TV News and Callanish Stones pic

A new website devoted to the creation of the TV series based on the Outlander books has taken one of our images as its banner image. About Outlander TV News | Outlander TV News. Mhairi’s image of the Callanish stones … Continue reading

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Ian Lawson | From The Land Comes The Cloth

I urge all our readers to have a look at Ian Lawson’s book “From the land comes the cloth .” This is a stunning piece of photographic work. A 300+ page  first edition of one of the best collections of landscape … Continue reading

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Islands on the edge

If you missed it on the telly can I recommend you watch Islands on the Edge. It is a fantastic BBC wildlife programme, which is all shot in the Hebrides. It took three years for top wildlife documentary makers to … Continue reading

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