Sgurr Nan Gillean, The Peak of the Young Men is one of the highest peaks of the Cuillin Mountain range on the Isle of Skye. This image was made and developed from nearby on the peak of Bruach na Frìthe (958m).
This image, made on the Isle of Harris in the Outer Hebrides shows the hill of Ceapabhal on the Toe Head peninsula.
This image shows the mountain of Marsco on the Isle of Skye. This tintype was made on the moorland near Sligachan, one of the most popular viewpoints in Scotland.
The site of an Ancient Fort, this image (from a tintype) was made at high tide looking towards Eilean Rhuaridh on the Isle of Skye. Due to to low cloud the Cuillin Mountain range which normally dominates this view is obscured in cloud.
This stack, part of the Trotternish ridge overlooks the Storr lochs in the north of Skye. The name of the corrie is 'Faoin' whichroughly translates as 'valley of the fool'.
Loch Coruisk is one of the most iconic sites in Scotland, having depicted in the words of Sir Walter Scott and in the art of Turner.
This tintype was made on the western peak of Sgurr na Stri (The Hill of Strife), which offers perhaps one of the best views of the Cuillin Mountain range.
The road to Heasta on the Isle of Skye with a view of Beinn na Caillich and Blaven beyond.
The peak of Sgurr Nan Gillean as seen from Sgurr Na Stri
A rock formation on the Isle of Skye, part of the Trotternish ridge
Eabhal the highest mountain on North Uist as viewed from the south.
The Storr pinnacle on the Isle of Skye viewed from the East.