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Snow Drift in Scotland

One of the most remarkable things about this part of Scotland is how quickly the weather conditions can change. Within the space of 48 hours last week, we had gone from walking on golden sands under a blue sky to … Continue reading

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Inspiration from the Landscape

An artist can take inspiration from a variety of sources but the landscape has always been high on the list. One of the strangest natural landscapes that I have come across is the coastal area known as the Rocks of … Continue reading

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A Walk on The Wild Side

The Galloway Hills provide a superb backdrop to the landscape in the lowlands of Scotland. The recent cold snap has left traces of snow on the highest peaks. Trying to do justice to such a dramatic scene is a difficult … Continue reading

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Photographing the Winter Landscape

The snow has stayed with us for the best part of a week in our corner of south west Scotland so I have taken the opportunity to get out and about with my camera. I have already taken views of … Continue reading

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Inspiration in Winter

Although it may surprise some of you, we don’t actually get that much snow in this part of Scotland. The news bulletins tend to exaggerate the extent to which Britain is affected by bad weather and the recent blast of … Continue reading

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