I’m back from an extended break over Christmas and the New Year, which I spent with family in Scotland. My photographic goal was to get out and capture the landscape no matter what the weather threw at me, and I’m quite pleased with the shots I achieved in the “dreich” (grey, wet and overcast) weather. I even managed to get as far north as Tongue, on the far north coast, despite squally weather and intermittent, biting snow flurries. I’ve added a new gallery page to the website for the North Western Highlands, which contains photos from my trip as well as a somewhat warmer and sunnier trip last summer.
The cold north west
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