Yearly Archives: 2010

I have recently been spending more time in Campbeltown. It is an interesting town, with a hill flanking it on one side, and a striking sea-loch on the other, despite these advantages, it is not  a pretty town in my view; that’s not to say anything negative about it, it simply feels like a real…

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  • L

    To be honest, M, ice cream is fantastic during the winter…that’s why there are street vendors in Russia all year round…it warms you up when the atmospheric temps are low!

No one really expects to fall in love, but hey when it comes, it comes and you had better be ready to muster all your dignity and accept the inevitable. Anyway, such it was with Harry, the finest minihound in Argyll. My dear friends Jay and Fi, (who appeared in my last post), are step-mum…

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  • L

    That’s terriers for you…x

This is my friend Fi. She has an amazing daughter, to-die-for-dog, and a pretty cool husband. Just for a change, while we were out walking I thought it would be nice to concentrate on photographing Fi. There was a little glade with a steep hillside, and some mysterious low, soft light hitting it from what…

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Today my work took me to the beautiful island of Tiree. I flew Hebridean Air from Oban Airport, with local legend Julie Angel as pilot. In short, it was a great experience, and although my seat only had a window with the engine directly opposite, it was still worth pointing my new Sony carry-around at…

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  • Julie

    Another hard day at the office! Beautiful shots but don’t think you would get me on that plane!

  • I think the little Sony is great.

This was Inveraray today as I finished a visit there for business. It has been cold and the rain has been a fairly constant feature recently, but days like this are what makes living on the west coast of Scotland so worthwhile. I am so much a portraitist by inclination and by habit now, but…

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  • Wow the little Sony does a job. Considering how many photos I have taken around Inveraray you would be forgiven for thinking I had tried every place from every angle.
    Well I haven’t “blipped” from either of these spots!

  • Jay

    I wonder why the houses are so upset?