Donald Ford Images - Scotland's golf and landscape photographer
  • Photograph of Ben Loyal, Sutherland

    This is surely one of Scotland's favourite - and most recognisable - mountains. It may lack Munro status, but walkers and climbers adore the quartet of peaks. Spectacular views to the Kyle of Tongue, Cape Wrath and the Atlantic are, simply, unique.

  • Photograph of Strathy Point, Caithness

    Strathy Point, near Melvich, is on the very tip of a rock-strewn peninsula. It loses out to Cape Wrath and Dunnet Head (by only five miles) as the most northerly spot on the Scottish mainland. Its isolation is fearsome in fierce wind conditions.

  • Photograph of Ballinbreich Castle, near Newburgh

    This fourteenth century castle on the Tay- built by the Lindsays - was recognised as one of the most perfectly designed of its era. Though showing its age now, it yet produces a beautiful early morning composition, with Errol complementing it.



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