Scotland has some of the most photogenic landscapes I have ever seen. With a constant change of weather conditions, the lights changes constantly making it quite a photographer’s paradise.
Here is a selection of my favourite photos and moments from last June. Most of those shots were taken in the gorgeous atmospheric Highlands.
The windy road to Applecross, one of the most scenic route of the Highlands
In the north of the Highlands near Durness can Smoo cave be found. Part of it was curved by the sea, other part by the rivercave
Eilan donan castle, 13th century.
Right next to the beach lays the old Balnakeil cemetery
Point of Stoer lighthouse, well worse the long drive to get there!
Ardvreck Castle, 16th century.
Walking to the fairy pools
Passing through Ardarroch
Balnakeil long white beach in the Highlands
In the middle of Edinburgh rises a hill called Arthur’s seat
Random vista from the Highlands
Stunning Eilan Donan Castle
Driving on the Isle of Skye
On the way to Applecross
After driving for a while on a tiny windy road, my friend Nicco yelled “stop the car!” which I did. We parked and looked at those deers for ages as they were so majestically beautiful. Then an old couple in a campervan yelled at me as I wasn’t park too neatly. Obviously they hadn’t noticed the deers.
After going through rain and wind shone the sun while going up Arthur’s seat