Three Sisters, Glencoe, Scotland

There's something so magical about the vast, open land of Scotland. I could only imagine walking through the grassy plains, enjoying the fresh air, and the view of the mountains and castles.

These gorgeous shots of Scotland come to us from UK photographer Ian Cameron. "Writing with light (photography) has been a passion of mine for about twenty years. Although I enjoy all it's many facets, landscape photography gives me the greatest thrill. I will chase the changing patterns of light on the land enduring abysmal weather to capture that magical moment when light and composition are in perfect harmony."

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Ian Cameron's website

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  • this magical land will soon disappear as the land is being developed...... so visit the magic land before it disappears
  • Looks like a magical place. I want to invade it on horseback while leading an army of West Highland terriers.
  • If I were a God, I'd live on Skye.....awesome.
  • All right, I got this ! Am I allowed a guiness or half a lager ? And I am still persuaded there's a magic spirit (?) in UK
  • Lovely photo's. I live in Scotland and have seen some of these scenes in the flesh, but rarely looking as dreamy as they are above, it must have taken a long time to get them just right.

    Stepahine: Magic soul? I think you'll cope just fine, just avoid the Neds and if you're ever offered Buckie or Tennents Special, politely decline.
  • Just magic , there are some appealing part of UK like Scotland but somehow fear this magic soul which I do believe in .Would I cope, would it be positive?
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