Land of legend, land of light
A photographic wandering between the Highlands and the Hebrides islands, from lochs to castles, braving the cold rain, violent winds, and midges, but always in the search for ephemeral lights ...
One of the 40 National Scenic Areas of Scotland, located in the western part of the Highlands south of Fort Williams.
Picturesque and iconic 13th century castle. Strategically located on its own little tidal island, overlooking the Isle of Skye, at the point where three great sea-lochs meet.
Skye has certainly become very touristy but the Island still holds several world-class spots for photographers.
Discover the northern part of this National Scenic Area around the small town of Ullapool, loch Broom and the Summer Isles and the unforgettable Glen Torridon.
Uncover truly extraordinary landscapes in this small parish tucked away in the far northwestern corner of Scotland, around the fishing port of Lochinver: a maze of thousand fresh-water lochans, remarkable mountains, cliffs, impressive sea stacks, and stunning sandy beaches.
The northern part of Lewis and Harris island in the Outer Hebrides. Photographed during stormy weather in October 2018.
On the west coast of Lewis, the Callanish Stones are an arrangement of standing stones placed in a cruciform pattern with a central stone circle.
Southern tip of Lewis and Harris with a view towards the isle of Skye. Famous for its tweed and beaches.