Scotland provides the most impressive scenery in the UK, including the highest mountains, largest lakes, grandest waterfalls and some beautiful beaches. The country can be divided into three regions, the Southern Uplands, the central industrial belt and the Highlands in the north. In the north, the best of the scenery is concentrated along the western coast and a particlar feature of the Scottish Highlands are the many sea lochs that can extend for many miles into the heart of the mountains. This gives the Scottish Highlands a similar feel to Norway, but on a more human scale – many of the mountains are accessible to ordinary walkers.
For the landscape photographer, Scotland offers a wealth of opportunities, and our small selection does not begin to do justice to this magnificant country.
The Callanish Standing Stones are a very well known group of neolithic stones on the Isle of Lewis, sometimes described ...Read More
Eilean Donan is one of the most photographed locations in Scotland and as it is located right on the main ...Read More
Most of the best beaches on Lewis are on the Atlantic facing west coast, but Gary Beach (or Traigh Ghearadha) ...Read More
Knockan Crag is the site of a National Nature Reserve due to its importance in the development of modern geology. ...Read More
The Mangarstadh Pinnacles (also spelled Mangersta) are an impressive collection of sea stacks and pinnacles off the west coast of ...Read More
The Stoer peninsula is located to the north of Lochinver, jutting into the sea between Enard Bay and Eddrachillis Bay ...Read More
The Falls of Falloch are located right next to the A82, just a couple of miles north of Loch Lomond ...Read More
Victoria Fallas are located close to Loch Maree in NW Scotland. Like the other (rather more famous!) Victoria Falls in ...Read More
Scotland Locations Map
A selection of images from Scotland are shown at our Scotland Gallery Page.