This page is a listing of my Landscape photography as published on this site. They are views, feelings, atmospheres that felt worthy of a landscape photograph. They are not necessarily the best shots, but nice to cast an eye over or dwell upon.
Tabart Ness is a small peninsula on the north-east coast of Scotland, between Golspie and Findhorn. It is a rolling spit that protrudes into the North Sea while dividing the Dornoch and Cromarty firths. While this lies between busy destinations it therefore offers a quiet pleasant off-route from the main A9 road with rolling farmed fields and Portmahomack village.
Duncansby Head stacks are on the most northerly point of the British mainland, a higher latitude than John’O’Groats. On this Summer’s day the mist was pouring from the land to the sea, unusually. Yet blue skies over the North Sea. Yet the stacks or pinnacles are so majestic and give a good sign of coastal erosion.
These giant pinnacles of rock shoot out of the coastal floor and covered with seagulls nesting.
On Friday the drivers and teams get rubber on the track with F1 practice 1 & 2, F2 Qualifying and GP3 qualifying. It’s also a great chance to wander around the track testing vantage points in all the grandstands and trackside.