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Soft and summery. Panorama

Carn Elrig and Braeriach beyond

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Puffs and Blues

Loch a` Chnuic Abernethy forest

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Track to the treasure

An Slugan, Strathspey

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Highland Rock

Loch Builg, Cairngorms National Park

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Magic Moment

Loch Garten Cairngorms National park

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Summer level

Loch an Eilein in Summer drought conditions but atmospheric as always

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Cascade

Loch Avon, Cairngorms

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Summer sway

Cairngorm mountains from the fertile fields of Strathspey

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Moor of plenty

Last light cast over this moorland near Boat of Garten. Rich in Ling Heather for most of August.

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One tree hill

Dorback, Cairngorm national park. Heather in full bloom. Clouds of pollen and beautifully scented air, drift away as I venture over this unique landscape

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Stepping stones

Lochnagar Dark Lochnagar in this case.We proceeded to the corrie then up Black spout gully. A great wee hike.

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Highland revelation

Lochan-na-h-Earba, Laggan. Early mists melt away before my eyes to reveal a hidden Jewel of a valley.

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From the Fort

Tom Pitlac. Small historic hill fort offering fine views over the River Spey and the mountains of Braeriach

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Autumn calm

Loch Morlich and the Cairngorms.

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Summer heights

A bit harsh perhaps after the long summer of '18 but I'm merely referring to me taking a summery image for a change. There's no storm clouds here, no mists lifting of a deserted moorland, no dramatic cascading stream.........Its just a nice, July evening looking over Nethy Bridge towards the Cairngorms with wildflowers and gently swaying barley shuffling around my legs . Normal service will be resumed soon ! "Summer heights" 1/10th sec @ F16.

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Incoming day, Portknockie

It was 2am when i headed to the coast from home in the car. Looking upward in the half light at the dark blood toned mackerel clouds basking in an otherwise empty sky. It would be over an hour to Portknockie...home to the Bow fiddle rock. It looked like i was already late. The sea arch would be totally laid bare in the bleached light soon after sun up at 4.16am. An image of the sun lifting itself from the deep blue North sea by the Fiddle rock was in mind, but then perhaps a scuttling cloud could be resting on the horizon rendering my trip into nothing more than a 2 and a half hour twilight drive.Not something i would normally wake for. Fortune favours the mad on this occasion. The clouds now full-blooded, the location infused with the sound of sea birds and gentle waves lapping the shingle beach. Amazingly atmospheric.A feast for the senses. Another warm day was already underway as I happily headed back home for a wee kip. This image 8 mins before sun up.

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The Buttress and the bowl

Coire Mhic Fhearchair. World famous climbing routes on the triple buttress.

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Immersed

Coire Mhic Fhearchair on the Beinn Eighe trail

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Sunflower

Loch an Eilein, Rothiemurchus

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Pools and Spills

Ailnack gorge, Cairngorms