Landscape view of the historic Scolpaig Tower, a Georgian folly near the village of Scolpaig, Isle of North Uist, Outer Hebrides built around 1830 to provide employment during a time of famine
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See what exotic (and not so exotic) locations we've been off traveling to with our camera...... and our tripods, and filters, and lenses, and flashes, and laptops, and memory cards, and guide books; yeah we love it all - including the waterproof jackets and the "way too early to get out of bed" starts to catch the morning light.view all
A Tropical Island Getaway
# I come from a land downunder.....
Scotlands Second City, a beautiful place to visit.
Quaint fishing village on the yorkshire coast - uk
Full of Eastern Promise... and Neon!.
It's grim up north... or is it?