When I was in Ullapool in October, »
Holm Mill bridge is the name selected for the bridge on the new West Link bypass, which is now open to traffic. This is what it looked like in March when I was visiting Inverness.
When I was touring Scotland in March, »
There are a variety of ways to take the photographs to use to make a composite, panorama photograph, and a variety of software options to stitch the frames together and deal with any problems; plus there are a number of ratios you can crop the result to, or you »
Inverness was everything I hoped for, seemingly the most temperate area, certainly north of the Central Belt; a good location for heading out to explore, even down to London; and lots going on in the arts and technology, a hub for the highlands and islands.
Everywhere I went »
Third and last time in Inverness on this trip. I had been thinking of going up to Wick for the day, but realized, after a not-too-early start and a detour on the way, that would never happen, and stopped when I got to Dornoch and explored the effects of »
Pulling myself away from the trees at Clanach, I discovered Corrieshalloch Gorge (it sometimes seemed I’d done no research for this trip, but actually I did sort of know about the Gorge but not how amazing it, and the hiking round about, is).
The National Trust carpark for the Gorge »
It’s a great drive north from Tarbert across the Isle of Lewis. It became an example of how you can never do enough research when I got to the standing stones at Callanish and found them surrounded by cones and tape; there was no one there at the time, »
On the Isle of Harris, I drove south from Tarbert along the west side of the island. I stopped for a few hours on the A859 at a couple of places around Seilebost. Every which way I pointed the camera, there was a new idea of how to make »