Landscape Photography, Scottish Landmarks – Skye, Neist Point Lighthouse A capture from our recent road trip to Skye a couple of weeks ago, first time out under the stars with young Brae! It was a bit of an overcast day so trekked over to the NW coast of Skye to visit this remote lighthouse. I […]
Landscape Photography from around the world by Barney Delaney
Landscape Photography, Scottish Landmarks – Black Mount and Rannoch Moor, with Loch na h-Achlaise It’s been a little while since i last posted here, there’s been a lot going on but I’ve still been getting out pursuing my passion for landscape photography. I’ve been up to the Scottish highlands a few times this year so […]
Landscape Photography in the Derbyshire Peaks, Mam-Tor Sunset I’m pretty new to the this part of the world and have only been living up here for about nine months now. We really like it here and we’re starting to find some really great locations to walk / ride and take the dog out, mostly within walking distance or short […]
Landscape Photography in the Peak District, Windgather Rocks sunset. In hindsight being sat on top of a 9 meter crag, surrounded by sheep and a hopeful Husky, and trying to compose the shot, perhaps wasn’t a good combination, or idea… It’s pretty exposed out on the crag and I guess the name must come from being so […]
Canada landmarks and landscape photography, bear aware!?! Ok, firstly an apology, I’ve been a bit skinny on my landscape photography blog of late, so here’s the beginning of me putting more content up and getting back into the groove of posting again! I’ve been going back though my pictures of my Canada trip last year and have a […]
Landscape photography and Morocco landmarks! While walking back up the hill to our lodgings in at Les Trois Chameaux in Mirleft, Morocco one evening I spotted another beautiful Morocco landmark. This time it was an abandoned hill-fort standing proud looking across the surrounding countryside and out over the seaside village of Mirleft. A perfect vantage point […]
This was taken at a place called Trois Chameaux, a converted hill fort overlooking the village of Mirleft on the west coast in Morocco. A truly amazing place, and a place to really unwind after driving what felt like halfway across the country!