The Norie-Miller Light Night event was launched on Saturday night (28th Jan) in Perth. This free event is running until February 14th when it will finish on a special Valentine’s theme with other featured nights dotted around the fortnight. The launch was focused on Burns Night and showcased some fabulous Scottish talent including fire juggling, […]
I do a lot of mountain biking around Scone and Perth and have seen my fair share of spectacular sunsets overlooking Scone. Of course I’ve never been carrying my camera gear so decided to make a specific trip up to the pinnacle and got the following… BUY THESE IMAGES AS WALL ART BUY THESE IMAGES […]
It was Highland Games time, so i went along with the zoom lens to see what I could get. There was a good crowd of people and the dog agility (by Kairyn’s Canine Capers) was particularly popular to watch, though there were the usual track and field events too as well as pipe bands, solo […]
Last week I took the NIkkor 85mm f1.8 for a spin around Greyfriars burial ground and then round Rodney gardens. I kept the lens wide open at f1.8 and the results are fab!
This year’s Cream o’ the Croft 2016 was a weekend to remember! From adult balance-bike racing to mini-enduro’s, bull riding to bunny hop competitions… there was plenty to see and do! The food was outstanding with everything on offer including freshly popped popcorn, seafood paella, chirizo and rocket baguette’s, stuffed-to-the-brim burrito’s and all the hand-baked […]
Recently we visited Cultybraggan Camp, Comrie, with our friend Mike. He recently purchased a drone and was keen to put it to some use. Have a look at what we captured below.
Chinese New Year was celebrated in style in Perth on Saturday. A parade starting at the top of the High Street leading down to St John Street in Perth kicked things off just after 12 noon. Provost Liz Grant was there with Andy Chan, chairman of the Perthshire Chinese Community Association and organiser of the […]
Last summer we took a trip to the Hermitage near Dunkeld, Perthshire, and had the luck of seeing some salmon trying to make their way up the waterfall. Most of the close ups were captured on a 70-200mm lens which was pointing down at the falls from above.
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!
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 good time. It’s also great to see more and more events in Perth. Friday (below) […]
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 up recently in Trading Places (South Street, Perth) didn’t fair too well and refused to […]
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. Or maybe 4pm – whichever comes first! We’re even giving you the chance to win […]
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
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.
Somewhere near Murthly, there is a woodland covered in bluebells – these photos don’t do it justice!