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Tobermory,  Mull. © Duncan Johnston Photography

Tobermory, Mull. © Duncan Johnston Photography

The buildings of the Strathisla Distillery including the pagodas, Keith, Moray

The buildings of the Strathisla Distillery including the pagodas, Keith, Moray

The Cuillin From Elgol, Isle of Skye Mural. Spray painted mural of The Cuillin From Elgol, Isle of Skye. Painted on the wall at the back of my studio in the Hidden lane, Finneston, Glasgow. If you would like a mural of anything painted as a commission just get in touch. More examples at www.underthekitchensink.com www.scottishlandscapepainting.co.uk

The Cuillin From Elgol, Isle of Skye Mural. Spray painted mural of The Cuillin From Elgol, Isle of Skye. Painted on the wall at the back of my studio in the Hidden lane, Finneston, Glasgow. If you would like a mural of anything painted as a commission just get in touch. More examples at www.underthekitchensink.com www.scottishlandscapepainting.co.uk

See the Icelandic variety in landscapes. Iceland is incredibly diverse and full of contrasts, including glaciers, volcanoes, waterfalls, beaches and lush valleys. Check out this contrasting landscape photo gallery.

See the Icelandic variety in landscapes. Iceland is incredibly diverse and full of contrasts, including glaciers, volcanoes, waterfalls, beaches and lush valleys. Check out this contrasting landscape photo gallery.

The oldest crannogs in Scotland are approx 5,000 yrs.  People modified, built and re-cycled them up until the 17th century in Scotland. Crannogs were used as homesteads for farmers, status symbols, places for refuge in troubled times, fishing and hunting stations and as residences during holidays. The pre-historic loch-dwellings in Highland Perthshire were at first roundhouses built with timber and supported on stilts or piles which were driven into the lake’s bed

The oldest crannogs in Scotland are approx 5,000 yrs. People modified, built and re-cycled them up until the 17th century in Scotland. Crannogs were used as homesteads for farmers, status symbols, places for refuge in troubled times, fishing and hunting stations and as residences during holidays. The pre-historic loch-dwellings in Highland Perthshire were at first roundhouses built with timber and supported on stilts or piles which were driven into the lake’s bed

Findlater Castle, Findlater Castle sits in a romantic position on a 50-foot (15 m)-high cliff overlooking the Moray Firth on the coast of Banff and Buchan, Aberdeenshire, Scotland

Findlater Castle, Findlater Castle sits in a romantic position on a 50-foot (15 m)-high cliff overlooking the Moray Firth on the coast of Banff and Buchan, Aberdeenshire, Scotland

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