Friday, 29 October 2010

Loch Tulla and the autumn colours

Sadly, my inflatable boat journey around the Summer Isles was to be my last for the season. I am very much a fair weather boatman and the morning frosts and short days of late autumn don’t inspire me to venture onto the seas. It will be the spring before I inflate the boat again and set off to discover other parts of our coastline.

However, I do a fair amount of mountaineering in the winter and will keep my blog regularly updated with the landscape photographs I take around Scotland and intersperse my walks with my mountain adventures. Hopefully you will continue to follow my land adventures on foot, and sometimes by bicycle. Scotland is one of the most picturesque countries in the world and I try to do it justice with my camera.

Below are some photographs of a walk that I took a couple of weekends ago around Loch Tulla. I was trying to capture the vibrant autumn colours of our trees and hills reflected in the still waters of the loch.

Did I succeed ?
You can decide for yourself ...


Phil Toman said...

" Did I succeed ? " (Quote). Yes you certainly did Donald ! What a superb collection of images. Each one a stonker !

Kind regards

Donny Wilcox said...

Thanks for your kind comments Phil and Im pleased to see you still following my blog.

Hopefully you will now get a glimpse of, and enjoy, my true photographic style with my feet firmly on the ground :-D