An award-winning structure by Icosis architects, Edinburgh. It divides opinion, but I like it.
There was just enough mist in the air to form this sunbeam breaking through the trees at a popular beauty-spot.
There are several "Loch Awes" in Scotland. This is one of the less well known ones, in Assynt.
Sea pinks match the evening sky at Inver, Easter Ross.
Careful choice of shutter speed keeps a sense of motion in the water without losing the patterns it creates.
took a bit of a balancing act to get into position for this shot, but I wanted to capture the sense of water coming towards me.
One of Scotland's hidden glens. Impossible to see from a public road and well worth the hike of several miles.
Some of the waterfalls at Big Burn Falls near Golspie are dramatic. Others, like this one, are more subtle and understated.
A competition judge looked at this photograph and remarked that he could imagine fairies sitting on the rocks. I know what he meant.
Fast moving clouds as a sense of drama to this view down Loch Restil in Argyle.
A lone walker enjoys a stroll through winter pinewoods on the Dornoch Firth coast.
Ardvreck Castle on Loch Assynt provides a dramatic silhouette against the fading light.
A lone pine on Nigg Hill anticipates the storm to come.
Sunrise at Tain.
An incoming snow squall across Loch Fleet in Sutherland.
The mountain of Canisp in Sutherland.
Wild garlic plants consume a fallen log at Golspie.
A bohemian scene beside the dramatic falls at Glen Cassley.
The beautiful Culrain Burn tumbles through soaring conifer woodland.