Abstract Photography on the Kintyre coastline. After a poor sunset I decided to capture a Long Exposure Abstract image looking out towards Jura.
A'Chleit, Kintyre This week The Daily Post ask us to post an image that represents 'waiting', so for this I'm sharing an image of mine from a few months back taken at A'Chleit, Kintyre. Waiting A'Chleit is a stunning beach with a church situated making it a popular photo in the Kintyre area not far... Continue Reading →
Loch Lomond Long Exposure With a couple of hours to spare on a recent trip to Glasgow I decided to head to Loch Lomond for some Long Exposure Photography. I had one image that I wanted to capture and that was the Lone tree at Milarrochy. I had wanted to photograph this as a long... Continue Reading →
Ranunculus This week the Daily Post challenge us to Close Up so for this theme I have opted for a floral shot, and my preferred flower is the Ranunculus, or otherwise known as The Buttercup, click on an image for a larger view. The name Ranunculus means Little Frog in latin and it is believed it earned it's... Continue Reading →
Hyacinthoides non-scripta This week The Daily Post are asking us to share an image of something that we saw or did 'on the way' from one way to the next, which led me to sharing this image of a Bluebell that I took whilst out walking one day which was obviously captured en route to my... Continue Reading →
Dragon Fossils A recent walk around Loch Skerrols, Islay, Argyll gave me a few interesting snaps for the photo bank but none more so that this image that fits in rather nicely with The Daily Posts Theme this week of Forces of Nature as during my walk I thought had I stumbled upon some dragon fossils, but... Continue Reading →
The American Monument, Islay Despite going out walking as much as I can I don't actually have many photo's of the path I walk or the route I have just taken so for Sunday Stills Photo Challenge Long and Winding Road I am using this image taking a while back of a walk around part of... Continue Reading →
Mull of Kintyre Lighthouse The Mull of Kintyre Lighthouse was estabilished in 1788 by the Commissioners supervised by Thomas Smith and assisted by Robert Stevenson who later built many more for the Commission, including the Rhinns of Islay Lighthouse. The Mull of Kintyre Lighthouse light was first exhibited on 1st November 1788 taken 22 months... Continue Reading →