Two weeks ago today our little road trip came to an end. This is the last frame I shot while we were away, when we were returning the awesome campervan that made the whole journey possible. Jo-Ann very kindly agreed to be my portrait subject for the day. I’m really pleased with how these analog shots have come out, considering I had just one go at each of them!
On the summit Beinn Shiantaidh
feeling like a true hill runner, weather beaten, keeping my ears from being sunburned, map and compass in hand and raking in my back for blister plasters and more jelly babies. Fun times, nailed the descent line too 🙌🏻@boldscot 📷
FURIENDS!!! I IS BACK 😎 Mum went on holiday and we also encountered some technical difficulties!!! 📸 Do you see how pretty Castle Stalker is in the middle of Loch Laich? We went to take pictures with mum’s drone 🚁 and we thought it would be wise to leave the camera onshore far farrrrr back from the water and also potentially smashing the lense as she climbed up the rock (pic 2)! We came back 10 mins later and the tide came in sooooo quick. Water that was from mum’s ankle came up to her thigh and when we went back our camera was floating about 🙈🙈🙈 We’ve manage to retrieve the pictures but unfortunately it’s RIP camera! Mum said the most important thing was that we are safe (because she can’t swim (but learning 😉)).
I never get bored of cycling around / running around / walking around / visiting Dunrobin Castle, I think it’s magnificent every time I see it. Always fun revisiting places when friends and relatives come to Scotland.
The Isle of Mull is absolutely stunning: fascinating geology and amazing wildlife. Love it! There are natural treasures everywhere, such as this gorgeous sea thrift thriving amongst the lichen and Ross of Mull granite.