For such a small country Scotland has to offer some tremendous vistas as can be seen from these panoramas
Monochrome Photography adds a certain "je ne sais quoi" to photography, especially to landscape whether it is mountains, urban or seascapes. The images showcased here geographically cover Scotland , Barbados and Tunisia.
Lochaber to me is the area of the Scottish highlands stretching roughly from Fort William in the North to the Rannoch Moor in the south and to Ardgour in the west. Here, the images showcase the natural beauty of this area, from Castle Stalker sitting in Loch Linnhe, the Bidean nan Bian massif and Buachaille Etive Mhor in Glencoe, Finally visiting the awesome emptiness of the Rannoch Moor.
To some Barbados is the St Lawrence Gap/ Christchurch area to others it is the Platinum coast of the West . Personally I prefer the unspoilt wildness of the east coast. These images showcase the unspoilt beauty of this coast untrampled by mass tourism.
I called this gallery "Graphic Art" even though it is not graphic art in the traditional sense. Maybe I should have called it Digital fantasy Art? Some of the images veer towards fantasy art, others towards digital art. All images are based on my photographic work. To me these images signify that the photographer as an artist sometimes has to go beyond traditional photography to express their feelings.
The Netherlands are a lot , lot more than Amsterdam - though architecturally Amsterdam is fantastic I have focussed this showcase on other areas of this friendly country.
All these line drawings have been computer generated based on my original images. In subject terms they range from the CIC hut on Ben Nevis to Yosemite Valley Calif. (this drawing is from a 1977 transparancy) to Glasgow, Scotland, to Amsterdam, Netherlands. Enjoy
Sunsets & Sunrises
Ah. Sunsets and sunrises are grist to the mill of a landscape photographer. All these images are of Scottish sunsets and sunrises.
Cobbler & The Trossachs
To the hillwalker, climber, landscape photographer the Cobbler and Trossachs are a second home to some. These images depict some of the scenic delights ranging from the Cobbler itself, to Loch Katrine taken from the summit of Ben An