OK, OK, I know: I'm a city boy at heart. But I defy anyone to be less than impressed when rounding a corner on a lonely road in the Scottish Highlands at dusk to be confronted with a hillside covered in wild red deer.
Although it doesn't look much, this remote - really remote - hamlet was the turning point on our mammoth road trip last summer, from Switzerland to Scotland and back.
Beyond Kinlochbervie lies one of the most beautiful sandy beaches in Sutherland: Oldshoremore.
Clouds draw in over a remote sea loch in the far north west of Scotland, as we pass by on a long day's round trip from Alness.
During a day's driving to the north western corner of Scotland this summer, much of the round trip to our destination was on a road like this.
The classic lighthouse of the children's storybook is a tall white tower, banded with red and surrounded on most sides by the sea, looming above treacherous rocks and shining its light far and wide to tell people to stay away.
It had long been a goal of Jo's and mine to extend our walking and “bag” one of the Lakeland fells. However, we hadn't anticipated doing so in quite such a challenging way.
I've tinkered with timelapse photography at several points over the past few years, and have begun to refine my technique using a digital SLR over the past few weeks. This article explains how, with an example sequence of a cruise ship leaving Invergordon in Scotland.
A visit to the "motorway church" of St. Christophorus in Baden-Württemberg during our 2010 road trip from Switzerland to the UK and back.