Tummel Gorge
The gorge on the River Tummel, Perthshire displaying a riot of Autumn colours.
Different Perspectives
Trees in Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park
The Hermitage
The bridge over the River Braan, The Hermitage, near Dunkeld, Perthshire.
Loch Ard Boathouse
Loch Ard in The Trossachs has many small boat houses. On this morning the reed beds on the loch were lit up by the early morning sun.
While walking in the woods at The Hermitage, Perthshire I came across the branches of this tree lit by the sun's light shining through a gap in the trees opposite.
The Culvert
I often take early morning walks along the banks of the River Clyde. On this frosty morning I was struck by the contrast between the frozen grass left exposed by the river and the warm light on the reed beds. The small culvert added a focal point.
The Great Divide
The forests of The Trossachs from above.
Scotland has some great seaweed. There are numerous examples in this photo. I apologise for spoiling the image with that Castle in the background.
Still is a sculpture by the artist Rob Mulholland which sits in Loch Earn. It has been nicknamed 'The Mirror Man' for obvious reasons.
Shed & Buried
The old slate mine at the top of the Honister Pass in the Lake District. I loved the contrast of colours between the rusting iron shed and the (almost) white mine slag.
Newark Pier
The old Victorian pier at Newark, Port Glasgow, with the sun setting over the distant mountains.
Braan Sunbeams
Sunbeams piercing the trees above the gorge on the River Braan, Perthshire.
The Sir Walter Scott
The small steamship - The Sir Walter Scott - on an early morning cruise on Loch Katrine in The Trossachs.
Blood River
Finnich Gorge, sometimes called The Devil's Pulpit, Craighat. The river appears to run blood red due to the underlying red sandstone and the peat colouring the water.
Take a Break
The Hermitage, Dunkeld, Perthshire
Perthshire Autumn
Autumn colours on the River Braan, Perthshire.
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