I’m back! Apologies for the long hiatus. I’ve had a busy few months doing everything from autumn landscape photography on the Black Isle to adding five Scottish islands to my growing tally; climbing a couple of mountains; taking my first tentative steps into the world of wedding photography and, even more excitingly, planning my own island wedding next summer! Behind the scenes, draft posts are into double figures but I’ve been waiting for that moment when inspiration strikes, the cursor stops blinking at me and the words start to flow. It’s exciting to finally hit the ‘publish’ button again and what better way to do so than with a bunch of new photographs?
Time flies and somehow my calendar is into its seventh year already. As always, my goal is to celebrate the beautiful landscapes of Scotland throughout the seasons. Whilst still a big fan of the west coast and the Scottish islands, I am increasingly focusing on capturing the landscapes near my home on the Black Isle, a peninsula to the north of Inverness; the ‘capital of the Highlands’.
I’m wandering off the beaten track in search of scenes that haven’t been photographed a hundred times over, and I have the added pleasure of getting to know my home turf at an intimate level. That said, I couldn’t resist a nod to my favourite island, Harris, where I will be getting married in May 2017!
My A4 appointments calendar is printed on high quality 250 gsm satin art paper with wire binding and is available to purchase for just £12 plus postage and packaging via the secure online Karen Thorburn Photography shop.
Thank for you to all my followers for supporting me this year. I wish you all the best for the festive period and the year ahead. I’m looking forward to another year of photography, adventures and blogging about Scotland’s great outdoors and, in light of my recent hiatus, my number one New Year’s Resolution for 2017 will be to post more regularly!