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As we are hearing about Niall Benvie's photography assignment to the north west Highlands of Scotland today we want to see the type of landscapes our members have shot while in Scotland.
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Seeing as I have been pestering you - I will get the ball rolling. Here is a shot of Dunvegan Castle, it is fairly ugly as Scottish Castles go, so I tried a slightly different take on it
I've stacks of fisheye ones taken last summer but for now here's a couple from the year before. St Mary's Loch - somewhere in Scotland
Not sure that this counts as a landscape though
Forth of Forth
Falls of Dochart
Counts me out then
Livingston (not today I am glad to say)
Caerlaverock Castle, Dumfries
Not quite as good as Niall's images, but I spent ten days in Assynt in January in the snow and captured the following - all to be found on my Gallery page. This image is Canisp
Where to begin?
Loch Ard and Ben Lomond
About to descend on the Falkirk Wheel.
Cul Mor, Stac Polly & Cul Beag
Storm over the Assynt hills
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