The ‘Old Man of Storr’ is properly the most iconic landscape on Skye. This crisp winter shot looks North with the Island of Rona and the hills of Torridon in the background.
This break-taking sunset photograph was taken from the clifftop by Neist Point Lighthouse and looks West out over the Minch to the Outer Isles of North Uist, Benbecula and South Uist.
Talisker beach on the West coast of Skye is one of the few beaches on Skye that regularly catches a swell. This shot captures a wave breaking on the rocks at the North end of the beach.
A long exposure photograph taken from the North end of Talisker beach. A careully chosen spot to capture the movement of the waves and the light from the setting sun hitting the rocks.
The sun setting at Talisker beach with the low light reflecting of the wet sand. The rippled sand is caused by the river flowing out over the sand, this create and interesting affect.
The ‘Old Man of Storr’ early on a summer’s morning. An amazing view looking South over the Storr Lochs, the Island of Raasay and then the Cuillin hills in the background.
A long exposure photograph looking North West from the coast of Sleat near Tarskavaig. The low-level setting sun highlights the rocks with a view of Bla Bheinn in the background.
An amazing shot of the setting sun at Talisker Beach. While the sun dips behind a cloud it casts spectacular rays of light on to the water and the surrounding sky.
A crisp morning photograph of the coloured houses on the pier in Portree. The clam harbour water reflects the building creating a fantastic shot.
The Fairy Pools are one of the most famous locations on Skye. This photograph was taken on a summers evening with the sunshine highlighting the surrounding hills.
The photograph of Coral Beach North along the coast from Dunvegan. It was taken just after sunset with the foreground featuring a plant called ‘Bog Cotton’.
An early morning photograph of Brothers Point near Staffin. The first rays of morning sunlight highlight the cliffs and create this sharp landscape photo.