Tuesday, 30 November 2010
Today I also revisited Kilchurn castle in the hope of catching another sunset of this famous ruin by Loch Awe. It was really more interesting than yesterdays picture with some unique colours especially in the river.I was well pleased.Photographs of Scotland by Dennis Hardley www.scotphoto.com
Today I made a trip to Crianlarich area where the snow was Thick Thick Thick,After a messy walk through deep snow I managed this shots of Ben More nr Crianlarich in Amazing late afternoon light.Scottish Snow scenes by Dennis Hardley www.scotphoto.com
Monday, 29 November 2010
Todays photography ended on a high with this dramatic sunset silhouette of Kilchurn castle ruins taken from the head of Loch Awe by Dalmally.I just had a feeling the sunset would be worth the waiting around in a cold easterly and good golly miss molly it was.Canon EOS1Ds MK 3 with a 28-135mm lense.
Dennis waited around the head of Loch Awe mid afternoon and took this image in glorious warm evening winter light striking the ruins and snow covered rocks nearby.More photographs of Scottish castles at www.scotphoto.com
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Photographs of Kilchurn castle by Dennis Hardley Photography
Spent several hours today around the head of Loch Awe and made a point of being near Kilchurn castle at Dusk.It was very cold but worth the waiting around.Here is one of the images from the shore near the ruins.
Wednesday, 24 November 2010
I was very happy with this picture from across Linlithgow Loch towards the great palace of Linlithgow at Sunset.West Lothian.Lots more pictures and products at www.scotphoto.com
The Mull of Kintyre truly inspired Paul McCartney to write a song about this beautiful part of Scotland.It also inspired Dennis Hardley to find this view at sunset which looks towards the Mull of Kintyre and the coast of Northern Ireland.Great for grazing,Great for Geologists,and great for photographers.
It was late in the afternoon when I took this picture of a group of Wind Turbines at Tangy on the Kin tyre Peninsula when the sky turned a gentle pink from the upturned sun which had disappeared under the clouds.
Yesterday Dennis set out for Kintyre to get pictures of a wind farm at Tangymill,these of all subjects need some thought and creativity.I stayed until dusk and took this shot with a truly magnificent pink afterglow in the sky.
Sunday, 14 November 2010
Great Light over castle Stalker with Morvern hills covered in fresh snow this Autumn taken from Appin with Canon EOS1Ds MK3 with 100-400mm lense.I just love the warmer light of the Autumn.Lots of pictures of this castle by Dennis hardley.www.scotphoto.com New website coming soon
Took this shot with dramatic sky over a field of rolled Hay near Lossiemouth on the Moray coast.I just love this area of coastline which runs from inverness eastwards to Peterhead with loads of picturesque harbours between these two points.more at www.scotphoto.com.
I didnt travel far today in fact I was just a few minutes away on the shore of Loch Etive.Once again just for a few minutes things came together in this shot of Ben Cruachan from Ardchattan north Connel,
Wednesday, 10 November 2010
Today was a lovely november day in Argyll-shire.But I was ready waiting for the mists to lift with mirror like reflections in Loch Awe amidst the late autumn colours.You can see Kilchurn castle Ruins with Ben Lui covered in snow.I was a very happy chappy with these two shots in the bag.
Set out this morning in beautiful frosty weather with lots of quite thick mist,when it started clearing I was waiting with my camera set up at the head of Loch Awe and took this shot of Ben Lui and Kilchurn castle which I was well pleased with.Nikon D3X with 24-70mm lense.www.scotphoto.com
Thursday, 4 November 2010
Tony hardley took this interesting picture of the cheese tray in the dining room at the Isle of eriska hotel. Dennis and Tony undertake all kinds of commissions ranging from Transport,Food,estates,big houses and interiors,Hotels,Restaurants,Architecture,Landscapes of scotland,Lifestyle and people shots,trains,products,industrial,beverages and distilleries ,islands related including seascapes etc.www.scotphoto.com
Monday, 1 November 2010
On sunday last,this was what the camera captured amongst the glencoe hills,as seen from the Lochan trail forest walk.The pap of glencoe is reflected in this picturesque lochan taken with a 24-70mm nikon lense on a D3X camera. A few moments later the scene was lost when a breeze and thicker cloud came over
On Sunday I visited the Lochan trail walk in glencoe one of my favourite places especially in Autumn.It was cloudy at first but later cleared with mirror still reflections ,wow,just take a look at this.www.scotphoto.com