Tag Archives: scotland

An Teallach in Winter

An Teallach is one of Scotland’s most famous mountains, and deservedly so. Its jagged ridges, pricipitous drops and panoramic views make it an irresistable draw for hikers, but when the weather changes it can become dangerous, as we discovered!

Assynt Wild Camping Workshop – Trip Report

Thursday – Day 0 I arrived at Inverness Airport with the rain coming down and a rather gloomy forecast for the coming days. Persistent cloud doesn’t generally make for great images although there was always the hope of a break […]

Assynt – Grey Skies and a Sunrise

I’m a great advocate of wild camping for the purposes of landscape photography. The possibilities it opens up to be in the right place at the right time are second to none. However, it does require a level of commitment […]

Planning the Fisherfield 6

I’ve had a hat trick of successful photography trips this year, Scotland then Iceland then Lofoten, with almost unbroken sunshine on every trip. With that in mind I am certainly due some bad weather and what better time to put […]