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canvas image wraps | WeirView 3 & 4 | Fine Art Albums

PICTURE THIS

In my post of 20th July 2017, THE BROKEN LINK, I stated that my long-term aim was to leave an archive of ‘hard copy’

door montage

DOORS: AN OPEN AND SHUT CASE

In the 1990’s I recall Dr David Clark, at that time a leading light in Banff Camera Club, presenting a very

Black Rock Cottage and Buachaille Etive Mor | Glencoe | Argyll

SEASON’S GREETINGS 2017

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you all. Black Rock Cottage and Buachaille Etive Mor | Glencoe | Argyll 89 sec

sunrise on Loch Leven | Argyll

BALLACHULISH

Towards the end of autumn, I enjoyed a couple of nights stay at the ‘romantic’ Ballachulish Hotel, courtesy of my

Glen Etive | Argyll

GLEN ETIVE REVISITED

To quote, ‘THE PHOTOGRAPHER’S GUIDE TO SCOTLAND’ by Ellen Bowness: The River Etive flows through the majestic

Glen Orchy Falls | Argyll

DANGER: SLIPPERY ROCKS!

There really is no excuse and as the signs dotted around the Falls of Orchy proclaim, the rocks hereabout can be

upper cascade | Loup of Fintry | Stirlingshire

THE LOUP OF FINTRY

The ‘Loup of Fintry’ is a 30 metre high series of cascades on the River Endrick high up on the Fintry Hills

waterfall | Queen Elizabeth Forest Park | Stirlingshire

A FOREST

The last afternoon of a short trip to Aberfoyle in the Trossachs and an easy woodland stroll through the lovely Queen

morning mist | Loch Chon | Trossachs | Stirlingshire

AUTUMN ON LOCH CHON

I was feeling a bit deflated after 3 days in what should have been the ideal time of year in the Trossachs and having