The River Carnach meandering at the base of the Knoydart hills
An extensive inversion covering Loch Quoich at dawn
The boulder (Beinn a'Chrulaiste)
A boulder on Beinn a'Chrulaiste at sunrise with Stob Dearg (Buachaille Etive Mor) as backdrop.
Inversion funneled through a narrow depression in between two hills
Pap of Glen Coe at sunset
The Pap of Glen Coe (Sgorr na Ciche) with Sgorr Dhearg rising behind it at sunset
Wintry Mamores at dawn
The snow-capped summits of Sgor EIlde Beag, Binnein Beag and Sgurr EIlde Mor at dawn
A frozen Bog on Beinn a'Chrulaiste near Glencoe.
The snow-covered summit of Ben Nevis towering high above the Mamore range at dawn
Buachaille Etive Beag
View from the Buachaille Etive Beag in early spring. The Bidean Nam Bian (aka the Three Sisters) can be seen on the right while och Etive can be seen in the distance. I got caught in some heavy hail storms while walking on the ridge, which, as I was the only person on the mountain, made me slightly uncomfortamble from time to time.
Stob Dearg sidelit by the early morning light
Sgurr Eilde Mor and Binnein Beag on the left in soft autumn evening light
Sunset in the Mamores
The sky turning vibrant red behind Na Gruagaichean at sunset
Sgurr a' Mhaim
Sgurr a' Mhaim behind An Garbhanach and Stob Choire a' Chairn
The Big Ben
Ben Nevis, Carn Mor Dearg and Aonach Beag from Binnein Mor
The great herdsman of Etive at twilight
Looking down from Beinn a'Chrulaiste over the A82 with the Buachaille Etive Mor rising steeply above.
The two ridges of Buachaille Etive Beag and Buachaille Etive Mor side by side.
Sgorr Dhearg (Ballachulish, Glen Coe) at sunset from Sgorr nam Fiannaidh (Aonach Eagach)
Beinn Fhada and Gearr Aonach
Beinn Fhada (The Three Sisters of Glencoe) at dawn after a dusting of late autumn snow
The steep slopes of one of the Glen Dessary hills while an inversion descends off its ridge
The snow-covered meandering ridge of the Mamore range
Blue Stob Dubh
The ridge of Buachaille Etive Beag with the Munro summit of Stob Dubh at the far end
The wilderness of North Morar and Knoydart at dawn
A new day, the view from Beinn a'Chrulaiste at sunrise
A winter sunrise from Beinn a'Chrulaiste. Creise and Meall a'Bhuiridh can be seen in a nice dusting of snow.
Overlooking the A82 towards Glen Coe
The steep slopes of the Buachaille Etive Beag and Bidean nam Bian from Beinn a'Chrulaiste.
Glen Dessary hills
Garbh Chioch Mhor and Sgurr na Ciche on a hazy summer afternoon
Stob Dearg (Buachaille Etive Mor) in glowing side light as the sun sets behind the Mamores
Snowdrift in the Scottish Highlands, Beinn a'Chrulaiste
Snowdrift on Beinn a'Chrulaiste with the Buachaille Etive Mor seen in the distance.
Binnein Beag (left) and Sgurr Eilde Mor as the setting sun pierces through the clouds.
Solo wild camping
A tent pitched in the Mamores, Scotland, with the mountain massifs of Glen Coe in the background
Gatekeepers of the Moor
A rising moon above the vast landscape of Rannoch Moor.
Golden Sgurr Eilde Mor
Sgurr Eilde Mor lit by the setting sun with the dramatic Coire an Lochain down below.
A few snow-covered plants on the summit of Sgorr nam Fiannaidh with the Mamores and Ben Nevis as backdrop
Binnein Beag, a mountain in the Mamores, at dusk
Misty mountain tops
A series of parallel mountain ridges while an inversion lingers at their lower slopes.
Coire an Lochan
Sgurr Eilde Mor from Coire an Lochain as the sun pierces through the moody low hanging clouds
Moonrise above the impressively shaped Aonach Eagach
Loch Nevis sunset
Loch Nevis separating North Morar and the rough bounds of Knoydart at sunset
Na Gruagaichean from Binnein Mor, Eastern Mamores.
Stob Dearg in clouds
Clouds shroud the summit of Stob Dearg (Buachaille Etive Mor) at sunrise
A band of low hanging clouds entering the rough bounds of Knoydart at dawn
Sgurr Mor almost encapsulated by clouds and an inversion
Sgurr Eilde Mor with Coire an Lochain below its steep scree slopes at dawn
Ben Nevis behind the Mamores at sunrise
A band of clouds slowly moving past Luinne Bheinn
Blue and white world, Beinn a'Chrulaiste
The skyline south-west of the A82 road to Glencoe in the subtle early morning winter light.
Last light on Bidean
Last light on a snow-covered Stob Coire nan Lochan (Bidean nam Bian)
Sgor Eilde Beag
Sgurr Eilde Mor and Sgorr Eilde Beag sidelit by the setting sun
Torch lit tent
A torch lit tent high up in the Mamores while wild camping in Scotland
An inversion seen from Sgurr na Ciche
The Three Sisters of Glen Coe
Garbh Chioch Mhor sunrise
Muted colours above Garbh Chioch Mhor at sunrise
Above the mist
Seemingly endless mountain ridges piercig through the inversion
A wintry Buachaille Etive Mor at sunrise
The Buachaille Etive mor must be one of the most photographed mountains in Scotland, and it's easy to see why. It looks every bit as impressive from higher up as it does from the most frequented photo locations at the River Coupal.
View over Binnein Beag
Looking out over Binnein Beag and the Grey Corries from Binnein Mor
A wintry Ben Nevis standing high above the Mamores at sunset
The ridge of Buachaille Etive Beag
View from the Buachaille Etive Beag after some recent snow in early spring. The Bidean Nam Bian (aka the Three Sisters) can be seen on the right.
View from the ridge of the Buachaille Etive Mor
Panorama taken from the ridge, with a view towards Stob Dearg and beyond.
Buachaille Etive Mor
Stob Dearg (Buachaille Etive Mor) at dawn.
Binnein Beag from the northern tip of the summit of Binnein Mor
Late afternoon sidelight on the craggy ridge of the Aonach Eagach in winter
Garbh Chioch Mhor
An old dyke running up the ridge of Garbh Chioch Mhor while an inversion rolls over its summit
Pink sky above Ben Nevis at dawn.
Wide view over Binnein Beag from Binnein Mor with the Gery Corries as backdrop
Not alone, tracks on Beinn a'Chrulaiste
Tracks left behind by a mountan hare in the snow on Beinn a'Chrulaiste serve as a great lead in towards the Buachaille Etive Mor
A new day in Knoydart
Overlooking the rugged mountains of the Knoydart peninsula at dawn
Buachaille Etive Beag and Bidean nam Bian
The summits of Buachaille Etive Beag and Bidean nam Bian covered in snow.
Stob Dearg (Buachaille Etive Mor)
Stob Dearg (Buachaille Etive Mor) seen from Beinn a'Chrulaiste at dawn. The ridges of Buachaille Etive Beag and Bidean nam Bian can also be seen on the right.
The view over the dramatic ridge of the Buachaille Etive Mor from the snow-covered Buachaille Etive beag
Last light on the Aonach Eagach
Last light on the snow-covered risge of the Aonach Eagach
Bidean nam Bian at sunset
Bidean nam Bian behind the ridge of the Aonach Eagach at sunset
An inversion rolling over a saddle in between two hills at dawn
A snow-capped Ben Nevis just before sunrise
A rising moon above Aonach Eagach
Buachaille Etive Mor at dawn
The view from Beinn a'Chrulaiste over the mighty Buachaille Etive Mor. The river Coupal can be seen meandering through the valley.
Snow-covered rock formations on Sgorr nam Fiannaidh, Aonach Eagach.
Highland cotton wool
A large bank of clouds above Loch Cuaich
Ring of Steal
The Ring of Steall in soft late afternoon light from Binnein Mor
Bidean nam Bian
The impressively shaped Bidean nam Bian massif in winter.
Clouds above Sgurr Eilde Mor, a scree cone and Munro in the Mamores, at dawn
Here come the clouds
Sgurr Eilde Mor's summit partially shrouded by clouds at dawn
Primordial Sgurr Mor
Sgurr Mor standing high above the inversion covering Loch Quoich
The two shepherds
The Buachaille Etive Beag and Buachaille Etive Mor in late afternoon light
Red Sgurr Eilde Mor
Sgurr Eilde Mor partially turning red by the setting sun
Snowdrift on Sgorr nam Fiannaidh
The snowy ridge of the Aonach Eagach stretching out from Sgorr nam Fiannaidh