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Sunsets

Posted: May 23rd, 2012 | Tags: | Posted in: Photography

Sunset, or “The Golden Hour” is every landscape photographer’s ideal light. Managing to get motivated enough to extract yourself from the couch and walk to a nice location is the only hurdle you need to overcome if you want to take some fantastic photos. The great thing about …
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Duncansby

Duncansby

Posted: May 21st, 2012 | Tags: | Posted in: Photography

The most north-easterly part of the British mainland. The amazing stacks at Duncansby are a real tourist attraction in Caithness, and another great example of how impressive the Caithness cost really is.

Loch Watten

Posted: May 21st, 2012 | Tags: | Posted in: Photography

Loch Watten is a fairly large loch almost half way between Wick and Thurso. It’s a popular fly fishing loch, and attracts many anglers to the far north of Scotland in pursuit of wild Brown Trout… however, it’s also one of the nicest locations in Caithness for sunset …
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Shormary Holiday Cottage, Caithness

Posted: May 21st, 2012 | Tags: | Posted in: Photography

Shormary Cottage is a beautiful two bedroom property with private parking situated on the shore of the Pentland Firth on Scotland’s north coast, an area renowned for its scenic beauty and many tourist attractions. Last night I went there to take some photos for the owner, Hilda Morrison. …
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Dunbeath

Posted: May 19th, 2012 | Tags: | Posted in: Photography

The Caithness coast is a fairly impressive sight for many people visiting the county, and I’m lucky enough to live here and be able to take photos of it whenever I feel like it. Always think it looks nicer with a blue sky though.