As I stated in my previous post Scotland is a place where I really like being and love shooting stills. The previous post was all about Scottish people and the possible Scottish Independence, an ideal opportunity for street photography which I think worked out well.
Today’s post will feature some shot on the road to, from and around Loch Lomond. Loch Lomond and its surrounding are not solely great for photography, it is great for outdoor activities. I have to admit though that the weather Gods were very kind which I think benefited the overall quality of the stills. I think about 85% of all my stills were shot with the Lumix 25mm-f/1.7, a lens that is slowly become my favo lens for shooting. Mind you it is a Micro Four Thirds lens so on conventional cameras it is the equivalent of a 50mm lens
Even if you are into photography and like me only recently started with photography I can really recommend Scotland as it is has everything you really need: massive panoramas, great wildlife, loads of different types of natural light, great whiskey distilleries, friendly people and did you know that from the Scottish Western Coast you can actually see the Northern Lights, which means that you don’t have to fly to Iceland, which is a spectacularly beautiful country but extortionately expensive.
That is it for me today! Thanks for reading and having a look at my pictures!