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Ryvoan pass

A panoramic view of this historic pass.The link route of Abernethy and Glenmore.

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Spring morning Panorama

River Spey at Lackgie. The Tulloch hills revealing themselves behind.

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On the edge

Port meadow, Wolvercote, Oxford. The village of Wolvercote sandwiched by the River Thames and the Oxford canal.

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Morning line

Dalnaspidal. The main line north / south through the Drummochter summit.

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River bank hibernation

River Spey and the Tulloch hills beyond

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Rock Steady

Loch Garten. This is image number one for 2020. As I attempt to capture something interesting each and every day of the year. That`s 366 days this leap year. Not all will be showcased here but there should be a much larger folio. Last time I did this was in 2013 while building the 1896 Gallery. A necessary distraction and it is an excellent way to refine your photographic skills. It gets you out of your comfort zone. There will be days when its seems almost impossible to find something to shoot. But,thats the challenge!

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Winter Swan song

Broomhill looking towards Bynack more. Spot the Swans in this one. 1/1000 second @ F9.

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Winter Solstice

Loch Pityoulish. A peaceful morning. Not long after 11 am. Not long after sun up in mid winter in Highland Scotland.

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First light

Loch morlich

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Lonesome pine

Braeriach, Cairngorm mountains. How tough are these granny pines!

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Morning light

Loch garten by the road shore

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Reflecting on Winter

Loch Garten

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Wild sea

Mealasta, Isle of Lewis

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Wind carvings

It`s not every day you get cloud free mountains in the Cairngorms. Okay, so it`s more challenging if it`s cloudy and breezy, but us photographers and outdoor types want to see where we are going and enjoy the views. Nowhere finer than Bynack More on a Sunny Sunday. A winter playground. At almost 1100 metres great views were all around including this image looking south to the Barns of Bynack and beyond through the Lairig and Laoigh pass. With the soul happily filled the 8 miles through soft snow, back to the car was pretty painless.

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Straight and narrow

Pines on the shores of Loch an Eilein, Rothiemurchus.

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Marsh Mellow

Loch Insh. Looking south east on this November morning.

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Sleeping Lochan

Creag-Ealriach. Dava near Carrbridge

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Foursome pine winter

Same location as Autumn Foursome pine

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Winter Jewels

Upper Glen Feshie

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Winter breeze

Loch an Eilein