Scotland is, with New Zealand, my favorite country to travel and photograph. The scenery is breathtaking and people are very welcoming. I’ve been there twice and will go back for sure.
A very moody day at one of the most iconic places in Scotland.
Another very famous landscape of Scotland: the Wee White House in front of Buachaille Etive Mor.
The Wee White House near the river: such a peaceful place!
One of the most famous peaks in Scotland, seen from the other side.
Glencoe in all its glory: during intense weather conditions, like rain showers with big moody clouds.
My favorite place in Scotland. This rugged landscape is stunning.
Only one of those eight sheep kept eating. The other ones were polite enough to look at the camera.
The patches of light on such a rugged terrain is a blessing for photography. Especially with those big clouds.
Three little lakes linked together by a river under those thick clouds… A real Scottish mood.
Small roads in Scotland are a delight when they lead you to some remote places.
Blue sky also exists in Scotland, giving this place a very different atmosphere.
One of the many impressive rock formations from this area. The light shining on the very green grass makes it so bright!
The north of the Isle of Skye is one of the most beautiful parts of the country.
The south-west end of the Isle of Mull, with a ferry to Iona Island, which is only a kilometer away.
I was mesmerized by the shape of the sand and the flow of water around that rock.
I’ll admit that I wasn’t in the greatest mood during the crossing to the Isle of Mull but this sight cheered me up.