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Perth Floods, December 2015

Sarah and Ian went into Perth to document the River Tay bursting its banks today. The river was flowing extremely fast and there were a multitude of debris floating past, including hay bails and entire trees!  

Our 2016 Calendar is out now!

The PK Perspective calendar is BACK! We are delighted to present the 2016 PK Perspective calendar which features 12 crackin’ images of the Central Scotland area. The Kelpies, Perth’s Kinnoull Hill and Tay Street, Stirling Castle, Broughty Ferry and even…

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Happy Hallowe’en from Perth!

I spent the weekend in Perth city centre covering the hallowe’en events and entertainment which ranged from a parade all the way to a scary zombie run! There were smiles all round and I think most people had a really…

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Enchanted Forest, Pitlochry

I was lucky enough to get to the annual Enchanted Forest event held in Pitlochry. What wasn’t so lucky was the fact it decided to rain all night after a week-long dry spell! The wee Panasonic GF1 that I picked…

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Exhibition held this Saturday

We are delighted to have been asked to hold an exhibition in the Perth branch of Visit Scotland. This Saturday (29th August 2015) we will be manned up in the back room from about 10am until the cows come home.…

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Perth Kilt Run 2015

This weekend saw the 2015 Perth Kilt run on the North Inch. The full gallery can be seen by clicking the link below. http://pkperspective.zenfolio.com/kiltrun2015          

The Eliminator – Dual MTB race by Muckmedden

Last weekend we had the pleasure of covering the Eliminator – a 1 on 1 downhill race organised by those great folks at Muckmedden. The full gallery can be seen HERE but below are some of our favourite shots from…

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Mirror man and Killin trip

Sarah, Dave and Ian took a wee evening trip west last week and ended up shooting the “Still” statue at Loch Earn on the way to Killin.    

Finlarig Castle – Explore

We recently visited Killin, Stirlingshire, in order to return to Finlarig Castle. There is a very comprehensive history of the castle over at Undiscovered Scotland which we highly recommend you check out! This 1600’s building is now pretty much in…

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700 miles of wet Scotland – Motorcycle Tour 2015

Every year I organise a 3 day tour of Scotland for my friends who either ride motorbikes or have funky cars. This year was no different and although we fell foul to the weather (including hailstones) it was another trip…

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A blanket of bluebells

Somewhere near Murthly, there is a woodland covered in bluebells – these photos don’t do it justice!

Night Trip to North Queensferry

A night trip to North Queensferry ended up producing some lovely images from some areas we had never been in before – enjoy!  

Muckmedden 6 Hour MTB event

Sunday saw the first Muckmedden 6 hour mountain bike event take place at Pitmedden Forest, Fife. It was another well organised event from the Muckmedden camp and Ian spent a few hours skulking around the trails shooting the passing bikers.…

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PK Perspective exhibition at Visit Scotland, Pitlochry

Visit Scotland, Pitlochry | 21st Feb 2015 | 10.30am to 2.30pm   Ian is delighted to be heading to Pitlochry this February to host a small electronic exhibition of the images that PK Perspective have produced over the last few…

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Netherton Equestrian Dressage & Show Jumping Jan 2015

Ian spent his Saturday covering the Netherton Equestrian event which included a morning of Dressage, an afternoon of Show Jumping and more importantly – a BBQ! Click on the image below to go to the full gallery:   Here are…

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