Donald Ford Images - Scotland's golf and landscape photographer
  • Photograph of reflections on Loch Leven

    An early start was essential to catch the waters of Loch Leven in "flat" mode ( Benarty is to the rear ). Having selected the desired composition, it was then a waiting game to let the rising sun do the needful. It wasn't quite 100%, but it worked!

  • 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.

  • Photograph of Tantallon Castle, East Lothian

    As the rising sun lights up the evocative ruins at Tantallon, it is not hard to imagine the harshness of life here over almost seven centuries. As historians have confirmed, it is yet another castle steeped in drama and grisly deeds....



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