Shiehallion Instameet with John Muir Trust Many of us Instagramers had been sharing concerns about the possible impact social media has on many of our beloved beauty spots and wild places around Scotland. Skye in particular had been taking a beating from bus-loads of visitors in places that maybe don’t have the infrastructure or capabilities […]
Thank you VSCo for selecting one of my images. I’ve been experimenting with 35mm film again and it looks like VSCo are happy with the results too. You can visit my VSCo page here.
Wester Ross Bound Leaving late, around mid day, I set off from Glasgow with the intention of visiting Applecross via the infamous Bealach na Bà mountain pass. It was fine weather earlier in the day, and as a result the highlands were rammed with visitors. There were even tailbacks at the roundabout in Fort William. […]
A chance discovery A big Friday blow out resulted the discovery of the Gourock to Hunter’s Quay Ferry and the stunning Puck’s Glen in the Argyll Forest. I had big plans for the weekend. However this also coincided with a night out with work colleagues and many false promises that I should go home for […]
There is a bit of a trend on Instagram at the moment to shoot in 35mm film. So, I decided to dust off my old Canon AE-1 and take it for a spin. It’s a relic from the 80s but was the first of its kind with shutter priority automated exposure. So automated in fact […]