Onwards to Scotland!

Well, we had good intentions of keeping this blog up to date, but unfortunately that didn’t really work out!  We left Iceland over two weeks ago and have been traveling around Scotland since then; I have to admit upon arrival I wasn’t as impressed as I thought I would be, but as we travelled further away from the more populated areas we began to see the beauty of Scotland.

The season is still too early for the gorgeous autumn colours we hoped for, but it’s gradually getting there.  If there’s anything we’ve learnt about Scotland, it’s not to trust the weather forecasts!  Oddly enough we have also been getting better images during the day with the transient light; the sunrises and sunsets have not been as plentiful as we had hoped.  As expected we have also had the mandatory rainy days in the highlands, but we’ve found that if we just wait a little while, chances are it’ll clear and Dylan can continue his hiking of every munro within his reach.

Without further ado, here are some images from the past fortnight – as usual, check our website for the rest of the images we have processed!


Horns of Beinn Alligin

View from the Fifth Sister of Kintail

The Quiraing

The Old Man of Storr

Neist Point Lighthouse

Forth Bridges

Black Cuillins from Loch Scavaig

Eilean Donan Castle

Princes Street, Edinburgh

Coire Lagan

The Cobbler

Posted on October 1, 2010, in Photography, Scotland. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Outstanding shots. Really calming. Oh how I’d love to be there 🙂 They are all great shots but love the Black Cuillins photo and the view from the Fifth Sister of Kintail

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