Another local location at sunset as I don't have a lot of time to travel far through the week with work all day. This is the Binny Craig on the right, a volcanic plug in the Bathgate hills, West Lothian. The Binny Craig is one of the highest points between Cairnpapple and Arthur's Seat, affording clear views across the Forth to the North, out to the Pentlands in the South, and Arthur's Seat in the East.
Dramatic clouds form over North Berwick coast, with the light playing across the untouched beaches. I know some may find the composition with the foreground rocks a little too heavy, or obstructive. But I personally liked how they framed the shot, and led the eye through the gap, along the beach, and into the distance.
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Couldn't resist processing this one. Love the lighting on the fern, and the crop in this one over the other which you can see below. Taken in Beecraigs Country Park as the light shone through the thick fog late on in the morning.
First time visiting this location, Alva Glen situated in the small town of Alva to the East of Stirling. Made the most of the wet weather we've been having over the past few days and came across these falls in the old quarry of Alva Glen. This particular spot isn't accessible by the footpath on the nature trail, so I had to venture down some slopes, and up river to get the composition I was after.
After missing a stunning sunset the other night, I thought I would chance my luck in hoping for the same last night. 130 mile all round drive to Portencross on the west coast, which is just above Adrossan. I was obviously let down by the clouds which offered none of the light, or colours I anticipated, but I worked around it and tried to salvage what I could out of the long trip. This is the Isle of Arran in the backdrop around 20 mins after the sun had set in a soft blue twilight.
As the weather turned for the better, and the temperature rose, I decided to make a day for photography. I initially set out to the west coast, but as soon as I seen the reflections over Loch Lubnaig, I had to stop, admire, and capture them.