A ferry passes the headlands of Mull, in the glow of a peachy sunset. From the island of Easdale, on Scotland’s west coast. A few days enjoying the tranquility and peace on the tiny island of Easdale, days spent just watching the endlessly changing sea, the constant interplay between sea, clouds, the light and the […]
Sunset over Jura and Scarba, Midsummer Solstice, from the Craignish peninsula. Our Northern midsummer light has an astounding quality of light.
Insh Island and Mull, from Ellenabeich, Seil, Argyll. A hazy spring day listening to ‘the ancient conversation between the chorus of the ocean and the silence of the stone’
Loch Lomond island at sunset After a day of rain and dark clouds, as it often seems to happen, the evening turned clear with beautiful late sunlight (it is almost midsummer, after all, and here in Scotland it is now light well after 10pm). I loved the reflections from the woods across the water. “If […]
Loch Lomond in high water The shores of loch Lomond, after seemingly weeks of wet weather the water level was high and flooding the shoreline trees. The sun briefly appearing brought millions of sparkles through the silhouetted trees, and an intriguing silvery shadow of the trees on the water. “Emotions reflect intentions. Therefore, awareness of […]
Rhododendron blossom, Benmore gardens, Argyll The West of Scotland is famous for the rhododendrons each May, with such a variety of colours. This is from a visit to Benmore botanic gardens near Dunoon where different varieties flower right through into summer. “The purpose of the heart is to know yourself to be yourself and yet […]
Ancient circles, Kilmartin glen, Argyll, Scotland Wheels within wheels… Kilmartin features the most extensive group of prehistoric rock carvings in Scotland. For previous Kilmartin images, see here. Specialists will continue to argue over the meanings of these carvings, but I thought this was a good image to mark today’s Spring equinox when day and […]