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Photography & Wild Camping - what to take?

Photography & Wild Camping – What equipment to take? Anybody can do wild camping and photography in Scotland. It’s simple really. Drive to a location, park the car by the side of the road, walk a few yards off road, set up your tent and away you go. You can leave most items in the car since it’s close by. There are a few ‘buts’ to this method. The Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2003 (which came into force in 2005) gives everyone rights of access over land and inland water throughout Scotland, subject to specific exclusions set out in the Act and as long as they behave responsibly. These rights are sometimes referred to as 'freedom to roam'. The guidance on camping in the Scottish Outdoor Access

The 2018 Dozen

Since 2018 has ended I thought I would tell the story of my year in a dozen photos. I started the year waiting on knee surgery to fix my damaged cruciate and medial ligaments, etc. after falling down a mountain. Doctor said absolutely no climbing. Got bored so I went climbing. My knee was a wee bit sore, so I decided to go climbing and wild camping. The overnight rest would mean that I was not over-exerting my knee. It snowed, it was minus 10. Went climbing again. Went climbing again Fell on the way down Stob Coire Raineach on Buachaille Etive Beag but protected my camera kit. Always look on the bright side. Cracked a couple of ribs. No climbing until my knee is fixed. What to do? Started my

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