Posts about Scotland – Central

Desktop wallpaper – Loch Leven (right)

I’m feeling generous: here’s a large image which my contacts can download at full 1920 x 1200 resolution, for use as a computer desktop wallpaper. For those lucky enough to have two screens, the images will match up to provide a panoramic image across both screens. Let me know if you’ve used this and how […]

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Desktop wallpaper – Loch Leven (left)

I’m feeling generous: here’s a large image which my contacts can download at full 1920 x 1200 resolution, for use as a computer desktop wallpaper. For those lucky enough to have two screens, the images will match up to provide a panoramic image across both screens. Let me know if you’ve used this and how […]

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Dalguise Viaduct

This grade A listed railway viaduct, just north of Dunkeld near the A9 main road between Perth and Inverness, was designed by Joseph Mitchell to carry the Inverness and Perth Junction Railway across the River Tay and opened on 9 September 1863 at a cost of £20,395; it remains in use. It is of lattice […]

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Queen’s View, Pitlochry

Heavy rain at the far end of the glen. On a clear day, you can see through the hills all the way to Glencoe. The view is named for Queen Victoria, who visited on 3rd October 1866.

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Dunkeld Cathedral

One of the short-listed places we considered for our wedding, before deciding on Rosslyn Chapel.

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Experiments in Strobism

This scene was completely dark when we were there; all illumination was achieved with flash guns and running around in the dark.

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Flickr Friends

Strobist info: flashes behind the tree stump and off-camera right. Optically triggered unit to illuminate tree stump.

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Waterfall at The Hermitage

Strobist info: thirty second exposure with two full power flashes on the main rock in the river and one on the rocks in the foreground. More info on the location here.

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