Where autumn and winter meet
Birches in autumnal colours with the Bidean nam Bian as a backdrop
Snowy Rannoch Moor
The snow-covered landscape of Rannoch Moor, Scottish Highlands
Sunrise over Lochan na Stainge
The sun pierces through the mist over Rannoch Moor beyond the banks of Lochan na Stainge
White Rannoch Moor
A thick blanket of snow on the shores of Lochan na Stainge, Rannoch Moor
A wintry Lochan na Stainge
Sunrise at a wintry Lochan na Stainge
Frozen lochan with the contours of a snow-covered Buachaille Etive Beag behind.
A lone tussock in a wintry landscape with the contours of the Buachaille Etive Beag barely visible in the mist.
Wintry Buachaille Etive Beag
Buachaille Etive Beag with the vast moorland lying at ts foot covered in a thick layer of snow as the sun was was setting behind the mountain.
A lone heather plant in the snow-covered winter landscape of Rannoch Moor with the outline of Buachaille Etive Beag visible in the clouds
Liathach reflected in Loch Clair at sunset
The sun sets behind the slopes of Beinn Eighe with Liathach in the background.
Loch Clair at dusk.
Two felled tree trunks at Loch Clair (Torridon) at dusk.
A perfect line of plants piercing through the deep snow cover in fron of the Buachaille Etive Beag, Glen Coe
A frozen lochan lies in front of the snow-covered Buachaille Etive Beag, partly obscured by low hanging cloiuds.
The wee Buachaille covered in a thick layer of snow as the sun was was setting behind the mountain.
The snowy mountain
Knee to chest-deep snow covering the bogs in front of the Buachaille Etive Beag at sunset.
Lonely (Buachaille Etive Beag)
This heather plant was standing strong despite the snowdrifts. The contours of the Buachaille Etive Beag are barely visible due to the fog, and I opted for high-key processing to match the light conditions at the time.
A frozen lochan on Rannoch Moor as sunset is approaching.
A frozen lochan with the Buachaille Etive Beag behind it during the blue hour after sunset.
This stream immediately caught my eye as it served as a perfect meandering lead in. Here the Buachaille Etive Beag, one of the most iconic hills near Glen Coe, can be seen at dusk.
Snow-covered Stob Ghabhar (Black Mount)
Stob Ghabhar covered with snow during the blue hour at dawn
Meall A'Bhuiridh at dawn
Meall A'Bhuiridh across a frozen Lochan na Stainge during the twilight hjours before sunrise
The Black Mount mountains in winter
The mountains of Black Mount seen across Lochan na Stainge on Rannoch Moor
Winter dawn, Lochan na Stainge
A lone plant peaking through a thick blanket of snow on Rannoch Moor. The rising sun creates some beautiful soft side light revealing the wonderful shapes and textures of this winter landscape
Wintry Rannoch Moor
A frozen Lochan na Stainge on Rannoch Moor. The Black Mount hills and Meall a' Bhùiridh can be seen in the distance.
Winter on Rannoch Moor
A partially frozen Lochan na Stainge with the snow-covered mountains of Black Mount behind
Sunrise, Lochan na Stainge
Soft morning light over a frozen Lochan na Stainge and snow-covered Black Mount mountains
Reflection of Lairig Gartain separating the Buachaille Etive beag from the Buachaille Etive Mor in Lochan Urr, Glen Etive
A stripe of light illuminating the mountains on the south side of Glen Etive
Buachaille Etive Mor
Stob Dearg (Buachaille Etive Mor) is just a fantastically shaped mountain, and like many photographers, I just can't help myself photographing it time after time.
Three sisters of Glen Coe
The Three sisters are shoulders of the majestic mountain of Bidean nam Bian in Glen Coe and tower high above the A82 to Glencoe.
Sunset behind the Three Sisters of Glen Coe
A winter sunset in Glencoe. From this vantage point above the A82you get a great sensne of scale when looking at the Bidean nam Bian.
Glen Coe sunset
A winter sunset behind the Three Sisters, Glen Coe.
Moody Buachaille Etive Beag
Long exposure of the the distinctly shaped mountain Buachaille Etive Beag on Rannoch Moor, near Glencoe.
Dawn at Loch Assynt, Sutherland
Little island with trees in Loch Assynt, north of Ullapool
Dawn, Loch Asynt
A little island with Scots pine in Loch Assynt, which I found out is popular among landscape photographers, at pre-dawn twilight. This was taken during my first visit to Assynt, and I was blown away by the scenery. Needless to say I have since then returned numerous times, often wid camping in my wee tent on the stunning summits in the region.
Stranded boat, Isle of Mull
Derelict boat in marshland, Isle of Mull
Ben Loyal seen across Kyle of Tongue
Dramatic clouds over Ben Loyal, seen across the mudflats of Kyle of Tongue, Sutherland, with a bed of kelp in the foreground. This was taken during a relatively mild spell in winter, but there was still some snow remaioning on the smummits of Ben Loyal.
Buachaille Etive Mor towering above Rannoch Moor
Classic shot of the Great Shepherd, or Stob Dearg, with a dusting of snow in late Autumn. The river Coupall was flowing rapidly thanks to the large amount of rainfall in the previous days.
Autumnal Loch Tulla
Some beautiful remnants of old Caledonian forest can be found around Loch Tulla, including on this small island on the Loch.
Loch Tulla, Blackmount
Island with pine trees in Loch Tulla, Blackmount
The Black Mount hills reflected in Loch Ba. An almost full moon can be seen in the center of the frame.
Sunset on Rannoch Moor
Long exposure of a little island with pine trees in a Lochan on Rannoch Moor
Sunset over Lochan na h-Achlaise
Lochan on Rannoch Moor with the Blackount hills Meall a' Bhuiridh and Creise in the background
Reflection of Buachaille Etive Beag
The Buachaille Etive Beag reflected in a lochan on a rare sunny day, near Glencoe