Tag: angus

Carn Ferg Circuit

As a hill-goer of many decades, more than I care to remember if I’m being honest, one of the problems I occasionally encounter is a mental block when trying to think of new routes to tackle. This is compounded by advancing years and by that I mean my days of Munro bagging epics are behind…

By Fred Carrie 9 September 2020 2

Fishtown of Usan

Ron Mitchell and myself were at Montrose Basin this morning attempting to photograph a Little Ringed Plover and a Ruddy Shelduck, both are quite rare sightings in Scotland. We did find both but they were too far away to make a decent shot. Still nice to see. Home for lunch then out once again, by…

By Fred Carrie 24 June 2020 0

Sandra

Sandra is an old fishing boat at Boddin just north of Lunan Bay in Angus, Scotland. She is not as young as she was once, but still makes a good model. A blend of 2 images. One at 1/60 sec (for the foreground) and another with a 10 stop ND filter at 90 secs. It…

By Fred Carrie 20 June 2020 0

Elephant At The Misty Waterhole

It rained all morning, but early afternoon the sun showed signs of breaking through. Off to the wonderful Angus sea cliffs with the camera. Elephant Rock and a misty North Sea. Nikon Z6 with Nikon Z 24-70MM lens at 32 MM. Two exposures blended: one at 1/125 sec to get the cliff detail and another…

By Fred Carrie 19 June 2020 0

A Walk In The Glen

Although the lockdown has been eased ever so slightly in Scotland it’s still not possible to access the hills “responsibly”, whatever that means. Frankly I can’t think of many more effective ways to social distance than getting out onto the hills. But perhaps a complete lack of understanding of matters rural is what you have…

By Fred Carrie 13 June 2020 0