This is my 200th post. If you’re expecting something dramatic and/or insightful. I’m afraid you might be a little disappointed. On the other hand, if you’re expecting a few of my favourite photographs from the last 12 years, then you may be happy.
A great week on Skye with a mate (in the picture) during a snowy but sunny period. 2001. Here we’re walking up near McLeod’s Table in Trotternish.
On the same trip, heading through the forest to the Old Man of Storr, I stopped to snap this. I was using an Olympus CZ3030 at the time and still carried a 35mm SLR.
Three more images taken on various trips to Scotland. I climbed Sgurr nan Ciche in 2007.
And finally, some pictures of Rufus as a pup. As I type, he’s flat out in the front room having roasted by the fire for half an hour.
Don’t worry, normal service will be resumed for post 201.
Thanks for sticking with me.
Great pictures Dave! I especially like the one at Craig y Fan Ddu. The sky looks like a Van Gogh or a Monet painting! Beautiful.
Thanks Maggie. That one is hanging in one of our office sites, courtesy of a friend who offered to frame it and arranged for it to be displayed.
Love the photos Dave. Glen Garry and Skye in particular.