Glasgow to Scrabster

This evening I am in the ferry port of Scrabster in the far north of Scotland at end of an eight hour rail journey from Glasgow in the S.W.

This post provides a portfolio of images taken during the trip which I hope wiill provide the reader with a 'feel' for Scotland's landscapes and scenery. 

The images have an unusual dimension in that they were taken at speed through glass which sometimes results in reflections and other distortions.

Central Scotland

River Tummel at Pitlochry

This includes the railway viaduct near Culloden Battlefield

Moray Firth near Inverness

Oil rig and sheep

More oil rigs-and ominous dark clouds


Hilly landscape

More sheep


Mountains in the distance


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