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Autumn – Stunning Colours and Wildlife Encounters

Autumn in the Scottish Highlands has been a season of fantastic colours and challenging wildlife photography. However both myself and my clients have enjoyed some wonderful encounters with some of the incredible wildlife we have in the Highlands.

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The Drey Inchberry – Short stay rental cabin

Karen Miller is pleased to announce the opening of her new short-stay rental cabin “The Drey Inchberry” in the heart of the Scottish Highlands. Ideally suited to photographers and nature lovers.

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2017 Highlights (July – December)

What a year!  I’ve already written about the first 6 months, so I won’t repeat myself, but it’s fair to say that from a photographic/wildlife watching perspective 2017 has been brilliant. From the bucket list I’ve now landed on the Bass Rock amongst the gannets and photographed fishing ospreys – both unforgettable experiences.  I’ve learnt a lot: photographic techniques, field craft and wildlife behaviours.  My ambition for 2017 was to focus entirely (okay… so I did venture South of the border to the Farne Islands), on Scottish wildlife, learning as much as I could about a small number of locations and the animals living there.  Personally I don’t want to be the kind of photographer who just ticks species off, I want to get to know them intimately and in doing so take better images that capture the essence of the animal I’m photographing.  On top of all this I just love being out sharing airspace with these amazing creatures, it’s a real honour.  If anything my love of wildlife, Scotland, the outdoors and photography has increased during 2017.

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