Roger (Grisly)'s photos with the Scotland

Autumn Colours

Autumn Colours
Only the colours brighten a drab highland afternoon, the overnight storm has already started to strip leaves from the trees and they will soon be bare and looking wintry.

Better large in my opinion.…
Added on September 30, 2018

Lean on Me

Lean on Me
As it came from the camera, Pots on the lean Eyemouth, Scotland.


For sight and sound www.youtube.com/watch?v=bMbEOofifXY
Added on June 23, 2018

Downstream HFF

Downstream HFF
Looking downstream as the River Coupall flows down to join the River Etive then into Loch Etive and onward to the sea.

Large may be good.

Link for Sight and Sound, Neil Young's song Down by the river, www.youtube.com/watch?v=y1gxkRve4Q0

May not have mu…
Added on June 11, 2018

Into the Light, HFF.

Into the Light, HFF.
Looking into the late afternoon light of Rannoch Moor from the dark of Glencoe,

Sorry it's a little dark but viewing large may help,

Link for Sight and Sound is the ultimate Super Group, The Traveling Wilburys , Heading for the light, www.youtube.com/wa…
Added on June  7, 2018

Black Water River HFF

Black Water River HFF
Abhainn an Torrain Duibh (Black Water River) flowing into Loch Glascarnoch, Highland, Scotland.


Really needs to be viewed large please,

Link for the Sight and Sound Group , www.youtube.com/watch?v=fIUiVCOURqc
Added on May 30, 2018

Thunder storm

Thunder storm
Following last evenings violent thunderstorm this appeared to be a reasonable time to post this image , A view across Nairn harbour from seaward as the storm rolls in and most have have already run for cover.
Added on April 20, 2018

Rolling Cloud.

Rolling Cloud.
Low cloud and mist rolls down off of the mountains and descends into Glencoe,

Large Please.

A link for Sight and Sound, Mountains in the mist, www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ihD_P5bi0U
Added on April  3, 2018

Monsterless HFF

Monsterless HFF
Loch Ness on a typically changeable day.
The majority of reported sightings of Nessie have been around the corner in the western end of this Monster loch. A few facts Length: 36.3 km Area: 56.4 km² Catchment area: 1,770 km²
Max. depth: 226.96 m (124.10 fa…
Added on February  2, 2018

Crossing Dog Falls. HFF

Crossing Dog Falls. HFF
A small section of the Dog Falls, River Affric, Glen Affric. Highland

Large please,

For Sight and Sound, As this is Dog Falls a great chance to feature, the Bonzo DOG doo dah Band with the late great Viv Stanshall, performing By the waterfall.
www.youtu…
Added on January 25, 2018

The Misty Isle

The Misty Isle
The Isle of Skye is known as the"Misty Isle" for good reason, in this image the Black Cuillins are hiding in the mist on a late September day
Added on January  7, 2018