Following a busy few days preparing for and shooting Carly and Paul’s wedding and having already made the journey way north of the border, Nadine and I extended our stay in Scotland and travelled north-west to stay in Fort William for New Year.
Despite being forewarned by my dad that Fort William was a ‘shit-hole’, it served as a fantastic base for the Glencoe range and other key landscape spots in the Highlands of Scotland. We stayed in a B&B which was great, and the hosts were so warm and friendly – even making the effort to book us a table in a restaurant in the knowledge that the town would be busy on New Years Eve.
I didn’t take loads of photos during my time in the Highlands as I was allowing my injured shoulder to recover from the wedding but I did manage to capture some iconic landscapes such as Glencoe and the Glennfinnan viaduct, made famous by the Harry Potter movies (apparently) – this was a chance for me to get a little more creative with some of my landscape editing.
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Wow, your photos are absolutely stunning! Scotland is such a beautiful country to explore and photograph, can’t wait to go back one day!