Category Archives: Perthshire

Centre of Scotland comprising Tayside, Strathearn , and Highland Perthshire

Stuart Low is a great photography teacher

I came across Stuart Low’s website when his recent blog post caught my eye via Facebook. It is about the loss of a favourite tree to photograph. His picture of it below highlights its beauty but read his blog to see … Continue reading

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Perthshire Gallery

We have added a new perthshire gallery to the PhotographicView website. It is  home territory so includes places we visit regularly. Perthshire features some of the best known tourist trail beauty spots. Here is our list of top places( so far) … Continue reading

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Whatever the weather here’s a couple of points

Most landscape photographers pray for interesting weather. It can turn a standard landscape into a spectacular image. It would appear that our BBC weather forecasters agree. News of Hurricane Isaac in the US is given before we learn that in … Continue reading

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Who was Maggie Wall burnt as a witch

Getting to know your new neighbourhood as a photographer can throw up mysteries. Just five miles from our cottage on the Forteviot to Dunning Road is this memorial to a  woman by the name of Maggie Wall. It was on … 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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