Exhibitions, Gallery Pages and Posts for Landscape


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Moored river-boat on the River Barrow at Graiguenamanagh, County Kilkenny, Ireland. BR022

Exhibition: Virtual Exhibition - Blackwater and Barrow Rivers, Ireland

A virtual exhibition of photographs of the Barrow and Blackwater Rivers that drain the south of Ireland. Best viewed on a large screen.

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Abandoned croft house and Scots Pine, near Callakille, Applecross, Scotland. AP019

Photo Blog: Photographs of Applecross

Applecross is a wing-shaped peninsula on the west coast of Scotland lying between Loch Torridon to the north and Loch Carron to the south. The Inner Hebridean islands of Raasay and Skye lie off its western coast. With the Covid-19 lockdown easing in late summer 2020 I had the chance to stay there for a […]

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Train crossing the Tay Railway Bridge into a fog-bank, Dundee, Scotland. DD084

Photo Blog: Photographing Dundee in Lockdown

I’ve been spending the Coronavirus Lockdown in Dundee, on the ‘sunny’ north coast of the Tay in Scotland. Although generally occupied with reading, writing, cataloguing, and putting photos on-line, I have been out and about taking some photos of Coronavirus Dundee. Fortunate to be living just opposite the Dundee end of the Tay Railway Bridge, […]

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The packhorse bridge over the Allt na Gob, Glen Lyon, Perthshire, Scotland.

Gallery Page: Scottish Highlands 3

A further selection of my photographs gathered from trips to the Highlands of Scotland.

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The Forth Rail Bridge at dusk from South Queensferry, West Lothian, Scotland, United Kingdom. FB009

Gallery Page: The Forth Bridges

The River Forth between Edinburgh and the ‘Kingdom’ of Fife is unique in having three superb bridges of (when constructed) cutting-edge technology.

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The 18th century stone bridge over the River Barrow at Graiguenamanagh, County Kilkenny, Ireland. BR014

Gallery Page: The River Barrow, Ireland

The River Barrow (Irish: An Bhearú) is one of The Three Sisters; the other two being the River Suir and the River Nore. The Barrow is the longest of the three rivers, and at 192 km (120 mi), the second-longest river in Ireland, behind the River Shannon. The catchment area of the River Barrow is […]

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Long exposure image of the disused stone and cast-iron railway bridge over the River Blackwater at Cappoquin, County Waterford, Ireland. BW022

Gallery Page: The Blackwater River, Ireland

The Munster Blackwater (distinguishing it from other Irish and British rivers of the same name) (Irish: An Abhainn Mhór) is a river which flows through counties Kerry, Cork, and Waterford in Ireland. I had the chance to explore the lower part of the river while staying in County Cork in June and July 2021, hoping […]

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Tayport West Lighthouse at dusk, Fife, Scotland RT007

Gallery Page: River Tay Gallery

The River Tay is the longest river in Scotland and has the largest sea discharge of any river in the United Kingdom. It rises on the slopes of Ben Lui in the West Highlands of Scotland and flows to the sea near the city of Dundee on the east coast.

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Sunrise over Upper Loch Torridon from Applecross, Wester Ross, Scotland. AP005

Gallery Page: The Applecross Gallery

My Applecross gallery shows images you can view in full size. You can order any of these images as digital files or as prints. Applecross is a triangular peninsula between Loch Carron and Loch Torridon on the west coast of Scotland opposite the Isle of Skye. In all probability, the name is an Anglicised corruption […]

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The Seven Sisters cliffs from Cuckmere, East Sussex, England.

Gallery Page: Monochrome English Landscapes - Yorkshire Dales and East Sussex Coast

The Yorkshire Dales are an area of Northern England comprising river valleys and the hills rising from the Vale of York westwards to the hilltops of the Pennine watershed. The Yorkshire Dales East Sussex is part of the historic county of Sussex, which has its roots in the ancient kingdom of the South Saxons. The chalk uplands of the South Downs occupies the coastal strip between […]