Monthly Archives: July 2009

A post that does what it says on the tin: From the sailing club pontoon on Loch Leven looking east to the Pap of Glencoe with its little bonnet of cloud on the right. The view over the Black Mount area from one of the roadside lochans on the Rannoch Moor. Anyone who has walked…

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  • Superb photos, Matthew. Found your site by fluke — or shall we say a mutual friend’s rather indiscreet way of asking for coordinates… 🙂

  • BRENDAhaigh@btopenwo

    MATTHEW, LOVE THE PIC OF BEN DORIAN, LOCH LEVEN, ESPECIALLY THE EYE IS DRAWN TO THE BUNCH OF FLOWERS NXT TO THE GATE . LOVELY PHOTO

Gerard Burns: “Prophet and Loss” I have found this second inspiration piece to be a real challenge. My friend Elisabeth chose this quirky and challenging painting by Scottish artist Gerard Burns. I didn’t know anything about Burns, but have since learned that one of his paintings hangs in the First Ministers office in Holyrood. (Scottish…

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  • martin

    Well done,working within the confines of your limited studio space. But why don’t I have as much cash as the Burn’s guy; then again money can’t buy you love.

Any regular subscribers to my blog will remember my photo session with the wonderful Karen Liversedge. Karen is a glass artist based in Oban on the west coast of Scotland and her work is simply beautiful. Check out her site and links here. http://www.karenliversedge.com I have one of Karen’s pieces myself and everyone who has…

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The wonderful presence of John Grant conducting a one-off performance of the magnificent Sinfonia Dalriada in Hermitage Academy in Helensburgh. The hall was a little light and bland for photography so I tried to either get in close with my 70-300 or in this case use the glass surround on a balcony to add interest….

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