Scotland

Stornoway Sunset

Posted by on Sep 8, 2011 in Canon EOS 60D, HDR, Scotland, Travel | 0 comments

I encountered this sunset while walking to the first camp during my Scottish trip. It was in Stornoway on the Isle of Lewis, Outer Hebrides, Scotland. The weather was unusual for this area but I really didn’t complain about that (I complaint about the midges:)).

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Lonely Boat

Posted by on Aug 23, 2011 in Canon EOS 60D, HDR, Scotland, Travel | 0 comments

This boat was floating on a loch on the Isle of Lewis. It looked so abandoned and the water surface was so calm I had to take a photo of it.

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Standing Stones in Callanish

Posted by on Aug 21, 2011 in Canon EOS 60D, HDR, Scotland, Travel | 0 comments

These stones in Callanish (Isle of Lewis, Outer Hebrides, Scotland) are probably something like Stonehenge but smaller. We don’t exactly know what they mean. For me, it’s not that important. I just like the way they look:).

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St. Martin’s Memorial Church

Posted by on Aug 10, 2011 in Canon EOS 60D, HDR, Scotland, Travel | 0 comments

The very first moments of my journey in Outer Hebrides were on the Isle of Lewis, in Stornoway. The light was good, the weather even better, the church in the way and this is what came out of it. Enjoy:)

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The Waterfalls

Posted by on Aug 5, 2011 in Canon EOS 60D, HDR, Scotland, Travel | 0 comments

This big rock remains unbeaten by me:). The plan was to go the whole way up to the top and conquer it but unfortunately it won. I was so tired I just couldn’t. It wasn’t a total failure though, I took many pictures along the way and seen many beautiful sceneries. This photo is one of them. It’s a place called Meallna Suiramach (at least I hope so:)).

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Fort George

Posted by on Jul 31, 2011 in Canon EOS 60D, HDR, Scotland, Travel | 0 comments

The last place we visited in Scotland was the Fort George near Inverness. We went there from the Inverness Airport, took a bus to Ardersier and walked two or three kilometres (with our huge backpacks which is not so good idea if you go sightseeing:)) to get to the fort. Anyway, it is still an active army base  but as far as I saw the most of it is a museum. The bad thing is that we had very little time there so we couldn’t take the whole tour. The place looked very interesting, we even got the walkie-talkie guide but had no time to listen to everything it had to say. Maybe next time. For now I have these three pictures:).

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