This page currently includes mostly pictures from Scotland and two of my favourites from Ireland.
|This is a picture of Keadeen mountain, Co Wicklow, Ireland. It is the nearly surreal picture that was used to create the initial page of the site. Here it is reproduced using the higher quality jpeg method. I can promise you that the view really was like this -- it was heat haze not trick processing! 1997.|
|Slieve Bearnagh, like other parts of the Mournes (Northern Ireland), is classic walking. Look at the mountain on a fine occasion in August 1998.|
|This old road is in Glencoe, Scotland. It is known as the "Old Military Road", and is still usable in places. The mountain in the centre of view is Beinn Fhada, the east most of the "Three Sisters". Walkers will know that to get this sort of clarity in the air requires at least a day of rain. August 1996.|
|Loch Hourn in North-West Scotland. The land to the right is the very inaccessible area of Knoydart. August 1996. To the left of the bay, though out of sight, is Arnisdale.|
|A still inlet of the sea near Glencoe, Scotland.|
|The ridge on the left is part of the Aonach Eagach ridge in
Glencoe, Scotland. This picture is large and comes without a page. You could use it for
desktop wallpaper. It is optimised for 1024 X 768 pixels. August 1996.
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