Category Archives: News

Olympic Torch Photographs

Perth and Kinross Council are asking for the public to take photographs of the Olympic torch relay on its journey through the Perthshire area. The Council is encouraging photography enthusiasts to record the historic moment of the Olympic Torch passing…

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Castle on Loch Awe

SEPA Royal Highland Show Photo Competition

Another local photographic competition has come to our attention: This year SEPA will once again be attending the Royal Highland Show on 21-24 June 2012, along with our SEARS partners. To mark the event, we are launching a photo competition…

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Historic Scotland ask you to Take Your Best Shot…

We are a fan of Historic Scotland here at PK and we want to share their photo competition with you lot! You could win £500 worth of photography vouchers, one year of Historic Scotland Membership and a unique experience on…

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Muckmedden in Pitmedden > You wot?

PK Perspective are delighted to announce that they have just been signed up to cover the mountain bike event being held in Pitmedden Forest. Muckmedden is a new event and although features some tough courses it also boasts “However, you…

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Photographing in public – Edinburgh security guard madness

Yet another amateur photographer has been harassed by over-zealous security guards who believe there is a law that says we need permission to photograph them. This time the incident happened in an Edinburgh shopping area. The incident was filmed and…

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Mini Mi (Perthshire)

Mi Perthshire is a website and app for smartphones and according to their site – “Whether you live in Perthshire or you are a visitor, we have great special offers from fantastic Perthshire eating, leisure and entertainment businesses. Be the…

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Perth’s City Status – you can pledge!

The “Fair City of Perth” isn’t actually a city, but there is a lot of hard work and effort going in to try and secure the town its new status. Whether it achieves this or not could be up to…

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Forth Bridge Free… of Scaffolding?

I’ve just read on the BBC website that as of 9th December 2011, the Forth Bridge will be completely free of scaffolding and won’t need repainted for 25 years (so they say). I foresee a photoshoot coming on…

PK 2012 Calendar Coming Soon!

PK are pleased to announce their upcoming 2012 calendar for the new year! In a limited print run of just 50 copies, this wall planner features some of the best shots of Scotland that have appeared on this site over…

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Perth Shopper to be ceased

The Perth Shopper is to be no more as of the 9th September according to the Press Gazette. Another 5 Trinity Mirror titles will also be stopping in Scotland, including the Stirling Shopper and the Clyde Weekly News. There is…

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Scotland Motorcycle Tour Article Published!

As a member of Motorcycle Action Group UK (MAG) I regularly receive the free magazine, The Road, in the post from them. You may remember a few months back I had blogged about my four day tour of Scotland on…

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Huv a guid un!

The team at PK Perspective would like to wish all its visitors a very Merry Christmas and  Happy New Year! Here’s hoping santa brings you the new lenses, flashguns, tripods etc that you stuck on your lists…

Free stock images

The PK Perspective are proud to annouce the beginning of their free stock service found in the SHOP. We are hoping that these images may be of use to promote the area and we welcome and support commercial use of…

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Perth Light Festival Schedule

This weekend sees the start and end of the 2010 Light Festival in Perth (as previously blogged) and the Perth & Kinross Council website is now displaying a schedule of events. The big one for us is the firework display…

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With thanks to the Round Table…

I would like to say a big thanks to the Perth Strathearn Round Table for not only featuring our images on their website, but for yet again organising the fireworks on November 5th. Please remember folks that the event relies…

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