Scotland 2012

In 2012, I travelled to Scotland. It was not my first time in Scotland - I travelled there when I was in my 20's, but that was a much different experience. Before I was a tourist taking pictures with a point and shoot, whereas this time I was traveling as a photographer. Scotland is a beautiful place and holds special meaning to me.

 

We spent one week in the Outer Hebrides, and it was probably in that undeniably beautiful landscape, that I realized I am not a landscape photographer. I created many lanscape images, but find I have a hard time picking between them because they all have the same feel. Inserting an old building (whether it be an old house or majestic cathedral) adds an element to my images that I crave.

Elgol, a village on the shores of Loch Scavaig towards the end of the Strathaird peninsula in the Isle of Skye, in the Scottish Highlands.
Dunkeld Cathedral
Ropes
Door Knocker
Firth of Forth Bridge, Queensferry
Queensferry
Cherub
Rodel Church, South Harris
Steeple
Elgin Cathedral, Chapter House
Elgin Sculptures
Doorway
South Harris Roof
Greyfriars Tombstone 1
Seilebost Coast
Lonely Sheep
Broken Window
Dun Carloway, Broch
Callanish Farmstead
Church Window
Highland Hills and Water
Skye after Sunset
Blue Door
Rodel Christ
Elgol
On the Road to Elgol
Harris Hills and Lochs
Sunset at Duntulm
View of Stoor
Stoor
Mountains and Clouds
Long Walk Home
Crying Skull
Highland Piper
Grand Hotel, Edinburgh
Trains, Edinburgh
On the Road in Scotland
Edinburgh Castle
Greyfriars Tombstone 2
Highland Cow
Mist over Mountains

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