Scotland Tour.

Having stayed the night in Pitlochry we travelled a further 55 miles to Aviemore and to venture up the ski resort of Cairn Gorm and to also see the reindeer centre. The spot we chose to stay till the next morning was at the side of Loch Mallachie. We were fortunate enough to find a prime spot to camp for the night in these purpose built areas for campervans.

The view we had of Cairn Gorm was fantastic with its snow covered peaks and wispy clouds rising over the summit. As the sun dropped we were treated to some beautiful light. I did get a much better image on my professional camera gear but the phone did an admirable job.

When in Scotland camping it’s worth having a camp fire as it adds to the sence of fending for yourself in the outdoors as long as you don’t leave a mess and endanger wildlife etc.

It’s all part of the fun. 🙂

Mark Bulmer Photography

This Friday is the start of our holiday to Scotland and a 2 week tour of this fabulous country. Our plan is to get as far as Edinburgh stopping overnight and then on through the Cairngorms to John o groats. It’s then across the northern coast turning south down the west coast. Hopefully there are going to be some spectacular photographs along the way such as these I shot on our last tour .



I will be adding to the blog as we tour and hopefully some fine photography to go. Please share the blog and join us in the journey and give us some ideas if you know where might be some great photo locations along the way.

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About Mark Bulmer

Hi and glad you came across my site and me. I'm a passionate Landscape photograpaher from York, North Yorkshire, England. I started to seriously photograph landscape images in 2010 after giving up my lifelong passion for course fishing. It was quite a natural progression for me having spent most of my young and adult life chasing that red letter day of bagging up a net full of fish while spending a day in natural beautiful surroundings, been on the bank of a lake or river from dawn to dusk and witnessing some incredible sunrises and sunsets along the way. After a bitter divorce in 2010, my whole life changed and what once was changed. My passion for fishing had gone. My passion for the great outdoors though still remained and photography had always been my second hobby. I decided to mix the two together as a distraction from the past and over the last few years its changed my perception of life. I still end up seeing the sunrise and sunset I loved to witness on the bank, I still get to enjoy the great outdoors but it takes me further afield to explore new avenues, venture to new highs, see new places, share new visions and ultimately get that cracking shot. Its addictive fun and a pleasure to do. I hope you enjoy get something from what I share and I look forward to bringing more of my visions and techniques. Drop me a line any time. Mark
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