Touched By Scotland – Spring Exhibition Appearance

During the rest of May and June 2011, twelve of my landscapes from Scotland and Australia will be on display as part of an exhibition at Touched by Scotland, Oyne, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. All mounted images are for sale from the gallery during the exhibition period.

Here’s a peak at the images that make up my first exhibition appearance:

Scotland

Black & Gold
Black & Gold

The Cuillins dominate the view from the shore of Loch Slapin, Skye.

 

Elgol
Elgol

A distinctly ominous day at the iconic viewpoint to the Cuillins.

 

The edge of the Garioch
The edge of the Garioch

The Tap O’ Noth marks the western edge of the ripening Garioch while Ben Rinnes dominates the distant Moray landscape.

 

Beinn na Caillich
Beinn na Caillich

Broadford warms in the low winter sun, watched over by snow-capped Beinn na Caillich.

 

Welcome to Moray
Welcome to Moray

The landscape surrounding Dufftown glows invitingly while Ben Rinnes marks the heart of Scottish Whiskey country for miles around.

 

Barley & Bennachie
Barley & Bennachie

Ripe barley stirs in a late evening breeze through Ardoyne as the last of the autumn light catches the cloud-scape above Bennachie.

 

Australia

Ovens Dawn

Ovens Dawn

Dawn breaks over the Ovens Valley, North-East Victoria, Australia.

 

Dove Lake, Cradle Mountain - Tasmania
Dove Lake, Cradle Mountain – Tasmania

A panorama of the iconic Tasmanian landscape and the northern end of the Overland Hiking Trail.

 

Other-worldly
Other-worldly

The Lookout at The Horn, Mount Buffalo National Park, Victoria.

 

Tomorrow, I Climb That Mountain
Tomorrow, I Climb That Mountain

Rising over the south end of Dove Lake, Cradle Mountain looks sure to make for a good hike tomorrow..

 

Sometimes Burbury Looks Good
Sometimes Burbury Looks Good

Twenty Minutes spent taking in the starry half-light over Lake Burbury, Tasmania.

 

Above it all
Above it all

A pilot glides over smoke-shrouded Bright in the eerie calm created by the forest burn-offs.

 

One thought on “Touched By Scotland – Spring Exhibition Appearance

  1. Sir, Really enjoyed all your photos of Daies in Scotland. It used to be my grand mothers family farm way back when. Someday perhaps I will see it for myself. Used to be a photographer myself at one time. Your work shows a lot of imagination not just a good eye. Again thankyou.

    Regards

    Jim

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