A visit to Motherwell for the ‘Tartan Tarmac’ meet in some nice spring weather so I thought I’d try some different pictures from what I normally take. With plenty of cars there ranging from hatchbacks to supercars there was plenty of variety for photographs.
First of all we have a Ferrari 458:
A McLaren 570S:
And the last picture I took was of a Aston Martin Vantage:
Also a short video I took of some cars leaving including some other Ferrari’s & Lamborghini’s:
Already in spring this year there has been some good days with the weather so I took advantage of the ‘good’ weather for photography. So in the post we start off in the coastal town of Mallaig looking towards the Isle of Skye:
The picture above was taken shortly before we started driving back towards Fort William and eventually on to Glasgow.
Having left at roughly the same time as the train we thought to try and get it at a scenic place on the West Highland Line, so here is the ScotRail train leaving Arisaig heading towards Fort William with the hills in the background:
The next stopping point was at Corpach where the Caledonian Canal meets Loch Linnhe, this photograph taken looks over to Fort William and Ben Nevis:
After leaving Fort William for Glasgow we head through Glencoe it meant another photo stop as the sun started to set:
Having good weather for a visit to the Scottish Highlands seems pretty good but luckily on another trip there was some more good weather. Unfortunately I only took the one picture on this particular occasion. Here the sun is seen over Loch Rannoch:
Hopefully the summer will have some good weather so I can travel further round the Scottish Highlands for some more scenic shots from round the country.
Sunset behind one of Scotland’s best known landmarks and UNESCO World Heritage site, the Forth Rail Bridge on a spring evening. Also seen in the background is the Forth Road Bridge and the nearly finished Queensferry Crossing.
With plenty of visits to this bridge many times before I’d say this is probably the best picture I have managed to get of the bridge.
Built between 1883 & 1890 the Forth Rail Bridge is 2.5 km long across the Firth of Forth between South Queensferry/Dalmeny and North Queensferry and still currently serves on 200 rail services today even with the occasional steam train passing;
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