A few miles into Glen Strae from Dalmally, Scotland. This is in the Duiletter Estate.
This image made looking northward from the top of Loch Awe -- directly across the loch from Kilchurn Castle. Near Dalmally, Scotland.
Kilchurn Castle from the opposite side of Loch Awe -- near Dalmally, Scotland.
The Highlands of Scotland are loaded with sheep. These little guys are a few weeks old. Made on the Isle of Mull, Scotland.
The Ship "Nancy" -- or what is left of her -- near Calgary on the Isle of Mull, Scotland.
Beached boats on the Isle of Mull, Scotland.
Lone tree on the Ardnamurchan Peninsula in the Highlands of Scotland. Few trees grow in this part of Scotland -- except for the planted pine plantations.
Moving water in Glen Etive, off the Glencoe road in the Scottish Highlands.
This sad little bicycle leaning against the door of a sad little building was found at the end of the Glen Etive road off the Glencoe road.
Small lake above the village of Glencoe, Scottish Highlands, Scotland.
Along the road to Elgol. The road to Elgol is narrow, lonely, and beautiful. This little loch supports reeds -- something we see little of in Scotland. Elgol is on the Isle of Skye, Scotland.
Along the road to Elgol. Along the road, not far from Broadford is the old church of Cill Chriosd. It was build in the 16th century and abandoned in the 19th. Elgol is on the Isle of Skye, Scotland.
Along the road to Elgol. These little guys were playing in the church yard of Cill Chriosd. The church was build in the 16th century and abandoned in the 19th. Elgol is on the Isle of Skye, Scotland.
This image made just north of the harbor at Elgol, Isle of Skye, Scotland. The Cuillin mountain range is seen across Loch Scavaig. Isle of Skye. Scotland.
The Callanish Stones on the Isle of Lewis, Scotland. These stones have been standing here for 4,200 years -- roughly as long as Stonehenge. This site is similar to hundreds like it (although not as grand) in Scotland.
The Callanish Stones on the Isle of Lewis, Scotland. These stones have been standing here for 4,200 years -- roughly as long as Stonehenge. This perspective is looking westward along the line of stones. This site is similar to hundreds like it (although not as grand) in Scotland.
Dalbeg and the beach north. Isle of Lewis, Scotland.
The beach at Luskentyre, Isle of Harris, Scotland, is massive. Miles of open beach, mountainous backdrops, and artifacts such as this fishing float will make any photographer's day. The float is 18 inches across and heavy.
On the east coast of Harris just a bit north of Beka Gloge's Mission House Gallery.
This photo made from the city harbour in Stornaway, Isle of Lewis, Scotland. A few minutes after I made this image the boat disappeared into the fog.
Highland cattle are BIG and shaggy. They are reported to be gentle but I decided to get no closer since a calf was being protected. Photo made in Westeross, Scotland.
Near the village of Applecross,
Westeross, Scotland, the receding tide leaves a repeating pattern.
One of the beautiful stream in the Highlands of Scotland. This image made in Westeross.
Deer are plentiful in Scotland. This trio poses in a farmer's field in the Highlands in Westeross.
Derelict boats are occasionally found in the many inlets of the west coast of Scotland. This ship is in Lower Diabaig. I held the shutter open for a long time (66 seconds) to make the water as spooky as the ship.
A blackhouse in Lower Diabaig, Scotland. Though it appears ancient, the house is probably less than 150 years old. The tree growing up through the roof indicates that it has probably been abandoned for some time.