Lone Tree Loch Etive
As the sun set behind the hill to the right, the sky filled with beautiful pastel colours, setting off the lone tree in stark contrast.
In mid-afternoon the sun broke through the storm clouds and lit up the foreground reeds and the single tree in the centre far distance. Isle of Skye.
The Cuillins from Elgol
With a storm about to break, the sky became menacing with just a little of the far coast lit up for dramatic effect.
The stone circle at Callanish on the island of Lewis, taken just as the sun was setting. It created an eery atmoshere with the deep shadows and star burst sun.
Calanish Stones in Lewis. Here the sun was almost set, illuminating the sky with glorious pastel shades.
Salt Flats, Harris
These salt flats on the Isle of Harris, Scotland, present an interesting sinuous pattern of water streams between the tiny islands.
Buachaille Etive Mor Scotland
Winter in Glencoe, Scotland with the sinister Buachaille Etive Mor in the background.
A weak sun at sunrise just touching the mountain tops in the distance. Rannoch Moor, Scotland.
Wintry Reflections Buachaille Etive Mor
Buachaille Etive Mor in a clear sky with wintry reflections in the still waters. Scotland.
Eilean Donan Castle, Scotland
Eilean Donan Castle, Scotland, from a different perspective.
From the Quiraing Skye
Low sun glancing off the near hillside draws the eye through the small middle ground lochs to the receding hills in the distance. Isle of Sky, Scotland.
The Old Man of Storr on Skye
This prominent landmark on Skye, Scotland, creates a sinister sight against storm-filled clouds with the frozen loch in the foreground.