I know some of you have been wondering where I’ve been and what I’ve been up to all summer and autumn as I haven’t been blogging or Tweeting much or updating my Scot-image Facebook Page either. Well, I’ve hardly picked the camera up since our trip to Tiree in June/July, just a few family and [...]
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So, having made the big announcement that I’m going to climb 300,000ft of ascent in 2011 (equals 5769ft/week), I had better keep a record of my progress (or lack of, maybe). **UPDATE** On March 7th, I’ve upped the challenge to 1,000ft per day – 365,000ft for the year. It makes the maths easier! Here goes [...]
An account of one winter’s day of stock photography in Stirling, Scotland. The 7th of December 2010 dawned bright and cold and saw me standing on Abbey Craig near the Wallace Monument in temperatures of -12°C watching and waiting for the light. So began an intense day, not only of freezing temperatures, but of hard work slogging through deep snow, carrying my gear and trying to keep fingers and toes warm. I’m not grumbling though, it was great fun!
More than twenty years ago I used to live on the “Bonnie Banks” of Loch Lomond and one of my favourite walks was to the top of Conic Hill, a lovely spot which walkers of the West Highland Way will know well. We took a trip back there a couple of days before Christmas on [...]
The start of a New Year (2011) seems like a good time to give Scot-image a bit of a makeover, freshen things up a bit and make the website easier on the eye. Plus, more importantly, display my stock photography with more impact. Here are some of the more notable changes that I’ve made- Scot-image [...]