Monthly Archives: April 2009

Day 5 had us climbing steeply up to about 300 metres with occasional views back along Loch Ness. This was my favourite landscape of the whole walk and it needed my 70-300mm lens to pick it out. The path has a lot of forestry and it is difficult to get a clear, unobstructed view, but…

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Day 3 starts from Laggan Locks and takes the path by Loch Oich. This is reckoned by some to be the most visually pleasant part of the walk. The light was really flat this day and so this picture doesn’t do justice. A railway line used to run here, but it never quite connected Fort…

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Sorry about the thin posting since my session with Sarah Jane and Paul. It’s just as well I did that when I did as I was away all the following week walking the Great Glen Way between Fort William and Inverness (73 miles) and the day I was travelling back Sarah Jane delivered! The way…

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Sarah-Jane and Paul from my last post had a baby boy last Sunday. Mum and little laddie doing well I hear. Can’t wait to catch up with them again!

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Just before I went on holiday last week I met with one of my “100 portraits” subjects and her partner. Sarah Jane is expecting and wanted some pre-natal shots before the birth; I have to say I am extremely honoured to be asked and delighted that they are letting me post these for my blog…

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  • So precious – you’ve worked the Matthew Boyle magic here alright. A stunning set of images for the family album – perhaps you’ll be invited back for the baby photos too 🙂 Hope all goes well for them all. xx