Prints of the Scottish Highlands - Ben Nevis and Loch Lochy

Prints of The Scottish Highlands

Framed Panoramic and Landscape Prints of The Scottish Highlands for Sale

This collection of prints of The Scottish Highlands features heavily on the mountains of the north and west. It is an area of mountain and glen to which I was drawn back time and time again and within which I have now lived and worked for nearly twenty years. Built with some of the oldest rocks in the world, here rise tall remote mountains with steep sided ridges and lengthy glens that stretch out to the sea lochs of Linnhe, Nevis, Hourn, Duich, Carron, Torridon and Broom.

Lesser in stature but not in magnificence are the isolated stacks of sandstone and quartzite set upon plinths of ancient gneiss that stand in bold isolation above the wild moorlands of the far north – Stac Pollaidh, Suilven, Cul Mor, Quinag, Arkle and Foinaven – to name just a few. And then there are the many islands, in particular the Isle of Skye, with its jagged peaks and sharp aretes beloved of the hardiest and most skilled of mountaineers; these are without doubt the most awesome and challenging mountains to be found anywhere in Britain.

It is that magical and most infinitely diverse blend of mountain, glen and loch that has so much appeal and that challenges the compositional skills of a photographer such as I who seeks to portray every facet of detail of the scene that lies before him. The magnitude of that challenge is amplified by the fact that these mountains can be shrouded in mist for days at a time and then, suddenly, will appear in skies of outstanding clarity only to disappear again with equal rapidity.

Every print is supplied mounted and framed using a textured mount and the customer's choice of frame moulding

Loch Torridon Sunrise
The Torridon giants of Beinn Alligin, Beinn Dearg and Liathach seen across the still waters of Upper Loch Torridon at dawn on the morning of the winter solstice.
Alpenglow On The Buachaille Etive Mor
Morning alpenglow illuminates the north face of the Buachaille Etive Mor set against a foreground of the charming waterfalls and shallow gravel pools of the River Etive.
Suilven and Canisp
The iconic peak of Suilven along with its near neighbour Canisp are seen from an elevated location to the west across the wild moorland above the village of Lochinver.
First Light On An Teallach
The vivid and intense colours of the dawn light illuminate the buttresses and gullies of An Teallach, a scene beautifully reflected in the waters of a Dundonnel lochan.
Skye Sunset
Seen from Badicaul, the setting sun slowly disappears behind a skyline which includes the peaks of the Cuillins of Skye and the deep waters of the Inner Sound.
Spring Snow on The Cuillin of Skye
Swept along on a strong westerly wind, lenticular clouds kiss the summits of the snow covered northern summits of the main Cuillin ridge high above the River Sligachan.
Ben Nevis and Loch Lochy
Ben Nevis and its neighbour Carn Mor Dearg, their summits covered in fresh late spring snow, are seen in perfect early morning light from Bunarkaig on Loch Lochy.
Glencoe Lochan Autumn Reflections
Amidst brooding clouds, the summits of Beinn a'Bheithir overlook the brilliant colours of autumn superbly reflected in a perfectly still Glencoe lochan.
Liathach Torridon Panorama
The Torridon peaks of Liathach, Beinn Eighe and Stob Dudh rise majestically above the waters of Loch Clair on a cold frosty February morning.
Stac Pollaidh Panorama
Ben Mor Coigach, Stac Pollaidh and Cul Beag seen in panorama from the still and ice covered Lochan Cul Dromanan north of the village of Ullapool.
The Five Sisters from Mam Ratagan
The entire The Five Sisters of Kintail ridge, rising above the waters of Loch Duich, is seen at its very best from across the glen on the summit of the Mam Ratagan Pass.
Loch Scavaig and The Cuillin of Skye
The entire ridge of the Black Cuillin of Skye along with the outlying peaks of Marsco and Bla Bheinn seen across the waters of Loch Scavaig from the peak of Beinn Leacach.
Snow Clouds over Knoydart
Looking across a frozen Loch Loyne under passing snow clouds towards Creag a'Mhaim and the Knoydart mountains of Spidean Mialach and Gleouraich.
Spring Snow On The Saddle from the River Shiel
On a perfect April morning with fresh snow on the summits, The Saddle and its neighbour Faochag rise majestically above the sparkling waters of the River Shiel.
Rannoch Dawn
Looking across a frozen Lochan na h-Achlaise on Rannoch Moor towards the peaks of the Blackmount just as the first warm light of a winter sunrise hits the summits.
Glen Garry
On a February morning, looking west after the clearance of early morning mist from the well-known viewpoint above Loch Garry towards the distant peaks of Knoydart.
Suilven and the Mountains of Inverpolly
Looking north across Loch Sionasgaig from near the summit of Stac Pollaidh with Cul Mor prominent and Suilven, Canisp and Quinag in the middle distance.
Beinn Alligin Winter Sunrise
Beinn Alligin seen in beautiful warm morning light across the still waters of Upper Loch Torridon at dawn on the morning of the winter solstice.
The Pap of Glencoe in Winter
In its full winter raiment, The Pap of Glencoe stands high above the waters of Loch Leven, with the peaks of the Bidean nam Bian massif Glencoe in the middle distance.
The Cuillins of Skye from Loch nan Eilean
At Sligachan the still waters of Loch nan Eilean, surrounded by its autumn coloured grasses, are the perfect foreground for the northern summits of the Skye Cuillin ridge.
The Cuillins from Elgol
The peaks of the main ridge of the Cuillins of Skye with the outliers of Bla Bheinn and Marsco seen across the waters of Loch Scavaig from the fishing village of Elgol.
The Cuillins from Sligachan
Sgurr nan Gillean and Sgurr a'Bhasteir of the Black Cuillin and the peak of Marsco of the Red Cuillin seen from the banks of the River Sligachan.
Glen Garry Sunset
The view over Glen Garry and Loch Garry towards the distant and remote mountains of Knoydart, captured at the precise moment of a late September sunset.
Ben Nevis in Winter Raiment
The classic image of Ben Nevis in full winter raiment and the warm colours of sunset mirrored in the perfectly still waters of Loch Eil.
The Aonach Eagach Ridge from the River Coe
The notched ridge of the Aonach Eagach forms the backdrop to this study of the River Coe as it tumbles over waterfalls near the outflow of Loch Achtriochtan.
Five Sisters of Kintail Sunrise Reflection
In the pre-dawn, vividly coloured clouds and the brightly shining outline of Venus, fill the skies above the Five Sisters of Kintail and the still waters of Loch Duich.
Ben Nevis North Face
The entire North Face of Ben Nevis seen across the Allt a'Mhuillin glen from Carn Meadhonach, a subsidiary summit on the adjacent ridge of Carn Mor Dearg.
The Five Sisters from Ratagan
Captured at a time to coincide with a full and still tide, this is the classic study of the Five Sisters of Kintail from across Loch Duich at the tiny village of Ratagan.
Glencoe Buachaille Etive Mor
In the clear and warm light of early morning, the perfect view of Stob Dearg, the main peak of Buachaille Etive Mor from the banks of the River Coupall on Rannoch Moor.
Glencoe from The Studdie
The popular and familiar view of the Three Sisters of Glencoe, but here captured as part of a panorama with the Aonach Eagach ridge on the opposite site of the Glen.
Glen Loyne Shower Clouds
Fresh snow lies on the summits and a stiff north-westerly breeze blows shower clouds across the lovely and lonely Glen Loyne and the mountains of Knoydart and Glen Shiel.
The Cuillins of Skye
In light of sparkling clarity, the Cuillin peaks of Sgurr nan Gillean and Am Bhasteir are seen to perfection from beside the tumbling waters of the River Sligachan.
Sunrise and Moonset over Rannoch Moor
Above the mountains of the Blackmount and a frozen Lochan na h-Achlaise on Rannoch Moor, the sun kissed clouds at sunrise are penetrated by the setting moon.
Aonach Eagach First Snows
The first snow of autumn dusts the pinnacles of the Aonach Eagach Ridge which are in turn reflected in the still waters of Loch Achtrioctan in Glencoe.
Bla Bheinn Reflections
The Cuillin outliers of Bla Bheinn and Clach Glas, dusted in the last of the spring snows, are perfectly reflected in the still waters of Loch Slapin.
Schiehallion and Loch Rannoch
The popular and iconic peak of Schiehallion rises majestically in isolation above the waters of Loch Rannoch and is silhouetted against the hazy afternoon sunlight.
The Buachaille Etive Mor in Winter
The Buachaille Etive Mor in full winter raiment seen from the banks of the River Etive on Rannoch Moor in early morning light on a cold February morning.
Morning Light on Loch Ness
The view north from the high route of the Great Glen Way near Invermoriston with early morning cloud slowly lifting from the cold and brooding waters of Loch Ness.
Dawn over Ben Nevis and Loch Eil
Looking across Loch Eil on a November morning towards Ben Nevis as breaking cloud at dawn heralds a clearance in the weather after heavy overnight rain.
Ben Nevis in Winter
The view up the Allt a'Mhuillin glen on the approach to the C.I.C. hut beneath the snow covered cliffs of the North Face of Ben Nevis on a late February morning.
Marsco from Loch nan Eilean
The shapely Cuillin outlier of Marsco, part of the Red Cuillin of Skye, seen to perfection from the reed covered waters of the lovely Loch nan Eilean, west of Sligachan.
Sunrise Over Glencoe
Warm early morning sunlight illuminates the peak of Stob Coire nan Lochan, rising high above the steep, cold and imposing cliffs of Gearr Aonach in Glencoe.
Ben Lawers and Loch Tay
In the cold clear air of a February morning the extent of the many snow covered summits of the Ben Lawers massif can be best appreciated from across the waters of Loch Tay.
The Five Sisters of Kintail Winter Panorama
Seen from the village of Ratagan, The Five Sisters of Kintail, the upper slopes coated in a blanket of snow, are perfectly reflected in the still waters of Loch Duich.
Rainclouds Over Kintail
Billowing cloud and crepuscular rays fill the skies above the Five Sisters of Kintail and Loch Duich in the calm following the clearance of an overnight storm.
Arkle from Loch Stack
The popular northern peak of Arkle with its steep flanks of quartize scree is seen at its best from the boathouse at the eastern end of Loch Stack.
Mists Over Loch Ness
The view south west from the high route of the Great Glen Way above Invermoriston; early morning mists lie above the surface of Loch Ness and the distant Loch Lochy.
Liathach from Loch Clair
Mighty Liathach, the Torridon giant with its walls of terraced sandstone, from the popular viewpoint across the still and frozen waters of Loch Clair.
Slioch from Loch Maree
The north-western cliffs that support the summit of Slioch are best appreciated from one of the tree lined promontories on the shores of Loch Maree, north of Kinlochewe.
Ben Nevis and Loch Lochy
Ben Nevis and Carn Mor Dearg, their summits covered in fresh late spring snow and with light drifting mist, are seen in perfect early morning light from Loch Lochy.
Morning Cloud Over Loch Duich
Looking into the jaws of Glen Shiel from Ardelve on the shores of Loch Duich as the sun breaks through early morning cloud on the mountains of Kintail.