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19 Sep 2018

Isle of Skye, Spring mood

Again in this wonderful place called Isle of Skye, this spring in April. Although the weather has been predicted to be perfect for photography, it’s still Scotland. The first two days were perfect, then it rained, we almost did nothing to shoot at Neist Point Lighthouse at sunset or at Quiraing at sunrise as we planned. Isle of Skye Galery

19 Sep 2018
Glen Coe Panoramic by PhotoDaniel

Glencoe Again

Scotland is the perfect place for a road trip. Always, my trips to Scotland start here in Glencoe, because every time I stop to say hello. Looking at this mountain gives me the power to continue my long journey anywhere I go. That place inspires me, relaxing me anytime, even if I’m falling in the swamp. Glencoe Gallery

19 Jan 2018
Scottish Piper Isle of Skye

Seven days in Isle of Skye – May 2016

The Isle of Skye has dramatic landscapes like some of the most scenic in Scotland. The best way to experience its epic mountains, waterfalls, and sea cliffs is on a road trip. You can fly to Glasgow or Inverness and then rent a car. Most of the iconic places in Isle of Sky are between 30 minutes and one hour drive from Portree, the main city on island. Most of the people when they think to visit Scotland, they choose […]

17 Aug 2017
Hiking Snowdon summit

The Three Peaks, Hiking Snowdon

Hiking Snowdon The day before go hiking Snowdon, I found a nice accommodation in Llanberis, and I could not go to sleep without visiting two beautiful places for photography, one is right next to Lake Llyn Padarn, the lonely tree, and the second place is Ceunant Mawr Waterfall.   The next day, the weather look pretty bad, cloudy and about to rain. It is the time to hit the road, so I started walking slowly to the top. The first […]

17 Aug 2017
Photographing Scafell Pike Summit

The Three Peaks, Scafell Pike

Photographing Scafell Pike, the second destination. The second day, the second challenge, a have the chance to climb and to photograph Scafell Pike, the highest peak in England. I parked the car in Wasdale Head, and I started hiking immediately. The scenery is extraordinary, the warm sunlight reflected in the Wast Water lake. Just a few fluffy clouds in the sky, that make turn my head time to time. I followed the path along the Lingmell Gill that formed small waterfalls. The weather […]