A new image – Sunset From Aird – can be viewed by clicking here. In the middle of December the sun sets between the two islands of Eigg and Rhum. Although the horizon was obscured by a bank of cloud … Read More
The Royal Navy beat the Royal New Zealand Navy 21-18 in a thrilling second match of the 2012 Commonwealth Navies Rugby Cup which keeps alive their ambition of retaining their title.
I am not a superstitious person, so the luck / bad luck about travelling on Friday the thirteenth has never bothered me. As I have written about in an earlier blog, last weekend I completed the RNRU 3 Peaks Challenge, … Read More
Anyone who has visited the Isle of Skye or indeed viewed the island from the West Coast of Scotland will not have missed the serrated skyline of the Cuillin mountains, the most southerly of which is Blaven. For anyone who … Read More
With the opening of the Skye Bridge in 1995 (Tolls abolished in 2004) most journey’s do not involve a ferry crossing. From where we are in Sleat it is quicker to use the Mallaig Armadale ferry but after a thirteen … Read More
Whilst the Isle of Skye continued to enjoy some great weather I returned South to spend a couple of weeks photographing Field Gun. This competition remains, to me, the epitome of team sport.
Have spent a couple of days getting to grips with my new location and seeking out suitable photographic locations. So far I am only exploring sites on the Sleat Pennisular and already I feel a little like Charlie on his … Read More