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I enjoy travelling, though for various reasons most of my travelling has been done inside Britain.
In Scotland, most of my journeying has been in the highlands. Some of the time I carried a camera; some of he time I didn't. Some of the time the photos I took were slides, which haven't been transferred to the computer as yet.
This is a small selection of photos from my Scottish album; it gives a small taste of the country as well as reflecting my interest in animals.
|I've been to England a few times, but don't have good photos of many of the places I visited. Most of my visits to Wales were to the Gower Peninsula, where a good friend lives.|
In the early morning I often see planes going or coming from America. And one morning I was on one of them...
Just a few photos from my holiday touring California and Arizona.
|Over the years I've taken a fair number of photos of animals and birds. Sometimes it's been easy - but often it's been a case of being in the right place at the right time.|
|Sometimes I think the beauty of Argyll is overshadowed by that of the counties further north - certainly when I was younger I underestimated Argyll's appeal, but I now realise how wrong I was.|
|When water is completely still, the reflections are fantastic. And especially in early morning and late evening, against the rising or setting sun, silhouettes can be very effective.|
|I've always been interested in the neolithic world, and Orkney offers a wide sample of neolithic sites, including Skara Brae, one of the finest examples of a neolithic village anywhere - which accounts for its status as a world heritage centre. However, it was not until April of 2004 that I finally visited Mainland Orkney and spent three days visiting a cross-section of its treasures.|