Wednesday, August 11, 2010

The Inverinian burn runs under the Trees through Glen Lyon

A river flowing in Glen Lyon

The Inverinian burn curving round from under a bridge, over rocks.

Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Stac Pollaidh: A Photo Blog of Scotland

The views were magnificent, with distant views to the peaks of the very north glistening white in the sun.

The blue of the lochans that were interspersed between peaks like Suilven and Cul Mor, stood out against the barren summer green of the wilderness.

We spotted a small group of stags close by on the hillside, and they seemed happy to graze as we walked by.

It was a great day to be in the hills.

See more marvellous photos of this venture at this site: Photo Blog of Scotland

Views of Glen Lyon and Glen Lochay

Click on the picture to see more beautiful images taken by Tim Haynes

Thursday, August 5, 2010

Wearing a Kilt at the beach

An approved card

McGill was a prolific artist, designing more than 12,000 cards over six decades, and selling more than 200 million cards in British seaside towns.

Sunday, August 1, 2010

Artist Paul Bartlett - Natural Selection Gallery

"Contemporary wildlife art by Paul Bartlett. Paul uses ripped pieces of paper and magazine to build intriguing mixed media works depicting the animals and landscapes from his travels at home in Scotland and around the world."

I have been a great fan of Paul's work since first I saw it.

My first sight of Paul's picture collage of a Gannet in profile, was a momentous one and I have loved his work ever since.

I encourage you to browse through the online picture gallery but having done that then seek out his gallery in Fife. You will discover that viewing the pictures in their true setting is even more remarkable.