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Scotland never ceases to impress me when it comes to beautiful rugged landscapes. In no particular order, here are ten of my favourite photogenic locations...
 
I have never seen these before, so they must be quite rare, apparently they are "Kelvin-Helmholtz" clouds, this was taken from my bedroom window this...
 
There was quite a bit of snow in the local area at the end of February, so I went for a walk along the local canal. Some geese flew over, under a nice blue...
 
It was a bit dark on this winter morning, the sun wasn't quite up and over the surrounding mountains, the mist was pretty all the same. I was driving back...
 
It will be a long time until the next one (we won't be around), here's hoping it's not as shown below
 
I took this one just after sunset, I parked the van and walked along the Isle of Skye bridge. It was really difficult to spot the slender 1% crescent moon...
 
This was from my last trip to Harris, which was February 2020, before the Covid restrictions came into effect. It was quite cold and it snowed the...
 
This is an unplugged video, with no music or commentary, it uses some clips that were never used in the final client video. It gives a little taste of one...
 
A single tree, just before sunset with the Cuillin mountains in the background.
 
I often stop here on the way up to Ullapool, it's a great wee place for a coffee break and to check the view. This was the view just before the wind picked...
 
There's a wonderful photo of Edinburgh castle doing the rounds atm on social media, with Edinbugh castle sticking out above the mist on Monday night. It's a...
 
After seeing David Clapp's Luskentyre rainbow photo, which was taken with a circular polariser, I thought I'd get myself a circular polariser to try one...
 
Not a bad view when eating your dinner, Toby on the white sands at Luskentyre on the Isle of Harris. I had to stop the car and take this photo, but it...
 
I was heading over to Gairloch and spotted this eagle scanning the ground for some lunch. It was quite far away, but it was great just to sit on a boulder...
 
I took this one with the 100-400mm at the 400 end, a long distance sunset behind the Isle of Skye.
 
Wish I had used the tripod for this one, as the low light just after sunrise and a slow 400mm lens made it tricky to capture hand held.
 
I was driving down from Ullapool to Gairloch and stopped at a red roof croft house and thought I'd try getting an aerial panorama shot.
 
It has been very wet and windy weather recently, but we spotted a decent weather gap and headed out for a much need walk amongst the forest. I only had one...
 
https://vimeo.com/paulhoneywell/vimeo.com/orannamara Òran na Mara ("Song of the Sea" in English) is situated in one of the world’s most stunning locations...
 
I did quite a bit of travelling around Scotland in 2018 for both work and pleasure. This reel is a compilation of clips from some of the gorgeous locations...
 
We drove up to the Isle of Harris and Lewis, via Skye, to watch the partial solar eclipse on 20th March 2015. As well as deserted pristine white beaches, we...
 
A brief time-lapse of Mars, Venus and a crescent moon setting over Edinburgh, just after sunset on Friday night (20th Feb). It was a beautiful sight...
 
A wee timelapse video I shot around Edinburgh city centre, mostly from the castle. Toy cars, buses, boats, trains and cranes, as well as merry go rounds, big…
 
Like many others, I have watched the new Queensferry Crossing emerge from the Forth Estuary since 2012. This video shows the bridge in various stages of...
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