Category Archives: Landscape

Capturing space colour and form

This time on the Isle of Harris I considered the ability of a photograph to capture less detail but more feeling. What is it that attracts us to coastal scenes or misty landscapes but the ability to see what’s not … Continue reading

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One of the World’s leading Landscape Photographers | Colin Prior

I wanted to take some time before including Colin Prior in our series on Scottish Photographers. Mainly because it would be like starting a music magazine and thinking another feature on the Beatles or Pink Floyd will inspire a new … Continue reading

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Glencoe’s famous gnarled tree has fallen

It is with the greatest sadness that I have to report that this iconic tree has fallen. It was perfectly positioned, framed by the Buachaille Etive Mor and the entrance to Glencoe. In front and all around it curved a … Continue reading

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Wind turbys – Ugly or lovely?

Are wind turbines ugly or lovely? Are we falling in love with them in the same way as other icons of industrial change such as water wheels or old (not new) chimney stacks? My view is that they can be … Continue reading

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