Gallery (Landscapes)

A series of landscapes mainly in South Lanarkshire, Scotland. This was an experiment in the use of letterbox format which is ideally suited for web pages.

River Clyde near Roberton, South Lanarkshire

River Clyde near Roberton, South Lanarkshire

Freight train in Clyde Valley, South Lanarkshire

Freight train hauling china clay from Antwerp in Belgium to Irvine in Scotland passing through the Clyde valley near Abington, South Lanarkshire at dusk

On the border between South Lanarkshire and the Borders near Skirling

On the border between South Lanarkshire and the Borders near Skirling

Forth Rail Bridge from North Queensferry

Forth Rail Bridge from North Queensferry

Daffodil-lined lane near Broughton

Daffodil-lined lane near Broughton in the Borders

Near Symington, South Lanarkshire

Near Symington, South Lanarkshire

David Livingstone Centre, Blantyre

David Livingstone Centre, Blantyre, South Lanarkshire - Birthplace of the great explorer

New Lanark (Conservation Village), South Lanarkshire

New Lanark (Conservation Village), South Lanarkshire

Hamilton, South Lanarkshire from Chatelherault Country Park

Hamilton, South Lanarkshire from Chatelherault Country Park

Chatelherault Hunting Lodge

Chatelherault Country Park, Ferniegair, South Lanarkshire - the picture shows the former hunting lodge of the Duke of Hamilton designed by William Adam

Bell Tower, New Lanark

The Bell Tower, New Lanark, South Lanarkshire

Near Loudoun. South Ayrshire

Near Loudoun. South Ayrshire

Lake of Menteith

Lake of Menteith, near Aberfoyle in the Trossachs

Loch Earn from Lochearnhead

Loch Earn from Lochearnhead, Perthshire

Loch of the Lowes, Scottish Borders

Loch of the Lowes, Scottish Borders. 13th March 2011

Ribblehead Viaduct

Ribblehead Viaduct in the Yorkshire Dales. 25th April 2011.

River Nith at sunset

The River Nith, south of Dumfries, in the setting sun. 30th September 2011.

Mill at Gatehouse of Fleet

Mill at Gatehouse of Fleet, Galloway, 14th July, 2012. This "summer" weather gives some interesting changes in the sky.

Hamilton Mausoleum

Hamilton Mausoleum on Doors Open Day, 9th September 2012. This was built for Alexander, 10th Duke of Hamilton (1767 1852) as a chapel and family tomb. However, the building began to subside and in 1921, all the members of the Hamilton family interred there were moved to Bent Cemetery in Hamilton. The mausoleum fell 18 ft from the subsidence.