My Saturday Drive
Exploring beautiful Scotland!
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Three Lochs Drive Smash that follow button to never miss an amazing photo from Scotland! Close to Glasgow, there's a place called the Three Lochs Forest Drive. It's a nice we 7 mile stretch of dirt road which you could take your car on and drive by three lochs: Lochan Reòidhte, Loch Drunkie and Loch Achray. Instead of driving, we thought it would be better if we just walk around and explore the area. I had always wanted a shot of a lonely tree in the woods, and I thought I had finally found one. Looking back at it now, I am not too sure about it. I wish there were fewer distracting elements, especially in the background. What do you think? Drop me a comment! For my best work, please check out my website via the link in bio or just head over to mysaturdaydrive.com. Have a great weekend!
Moo! Smash that follow button to never miss an amazing photo from Scotland! I am not going to lie, I am starting to run out of photos to post. I haven't used the camera in quite a bit now and I am wondering if I still remember how to use it.. But anyway, there's still some photos from my trips before the lockdown. Here's one from a farm not far from Craigivar Castle! I miss petting these furry monsters! Ever petted one of them? They can be very cheeky! Drop me a comment! For more Scotland photography and travel blogs, please visit mysaturdaydrive.com or just click the link in bio!
The pink castle! To never miss an amazing photo of Scotland, smash that follow button! Although this is what you see on social media, in reality Craigivar Castle isn't really that pink. Needless to say, it's still very pretty! It started its life around 1576 and was completed around 1626 by William Forbes. It's truly impressive that it has been preserved so well over the centuries, a testament to all the people that looked after it. One thing I find really interesting about it is that, in accordance with its former owner's wishes, there is no artificial lighting on the upper floors. This means that the only way to enjoy the historic artefacts and art is under natural light, just like it was intended! So what do you think of this one? I wouldn't mind being there right now! Drop a comment down below! For my best work and for Scotland travel blogs, please visit mysaturdaydrive.com or just click the link in bio! Have a great week!
Boaty McBoatface Smash that follow button to never miss an amazing shot from Scotland! This is what I think that boat is called! haha! Anyways, just wanted to share one last shot of that wonderful sunset from the coast of Fife. Pictured here is what I think a container ship with the dim lights of Edinburgh in the background! As always, would love to hear your thoughts down below! Have an awesome weekend, and while you are sunbathing, do check out mysaturdaydrive.com for my latest work as well as Scottish travel blogs!
Life is sometimes a blurr! If you are new here and love my posts, please smash that follow button to never miss an amazing image from Scotland! This image is a blur, kinda like the last couple of months. I saw you guys really enjoyed the sunset shots from Fife and I tried to find some other compositions I took. The one I liked had a bit of camera shake as unfortunately it was really windy when I shot. I opted to add more blur in post and this is what I came up with. Let me know what you think down below! There is wider version of this shot on my Facebook page if you want to check it out. If not, head over to mysaturdaydrive.com or just click the link in bio to check out some other stuff that I do, mainly writing. Although, to be fair, I haven't done it in a while. I should write some more, don't you think?
Fife Smash the follow button to never miss an amazing image of Scotland! Here's another angle from Leven beach during that amazing February sunset, this time overlooking the oil rigs in the Firth of Forth. I've spent a lot of time around the highlands and not enough around south of Scotland and Fife. Maybe I should point the @mysaturdaydrive mobile this way after (if ever) the lockdown is lifted). What do you all say? Would you like to see more of Fife? Drop a comment! For my best work as well as blogs about traveling in Scotland, please check out my website at mysaturdaydrive.com or just click the link in bio! Have a wonderful week ahead!
Fife Sunset Please smash that follow button to never miss an amazing image from Scotland! Yup, your eyes aren't fooling you! This is what it was like on a chilly February evening somewhere on a beach on the lovely coast of Fife. I am very much a summer person and enjoy the hot weather. But I have to be honest, my favourite shooting conditions are definitely in the winter! What do you think? Also, if you like taking photos, what's your favourite time of the year? Drop a comment down below! Please visit mysaturdaydrive.com via link in bio for my latest travel blogs around Scotland and for more stunning photos of Scotland!
Fife Please smash that Follow button to always get your fix of amazing photos from Scotland! Here's another brilliant sunset somewhere on the coast of Fife. This was probably one of the most vibrant and colourful sunsets we've ever experienced. I did notice that some of the best sunrises and sunsets happen when the temperatures are quite low. What do you all think? Drop me a comment! For more amazing Scotland photography, please check out my website at mysaturdaydrie.com or just click the link in bio!
Sunset ¬Smash the follow button for the most amazing photos of Scotland¬ You guys seemed to really like the last post from the sunset in Inverclyde, so here's another one form the same evening, just at a slightly different time and a different angle! After this, I have another mindblowing sunset I want to share with you guys, so stick around for that too! Let me know your thoughts down below and hope everyone has had a good start of the week! For my best work, please visit mysaturdaydrie.com or just click the link in bio.
Scotland ¬Smash that follow button to see the best images of Scotland!¬ From the highlands, to the beach, Scotland is the most beautiful country. Here's a shot from a beach on the west coast of Scotland, with the sun setting behind the Cowal peninsula. Let me know if you like it down below! Sorry I've been quite absent, but work is getting quite busy! Hope everyone is doing ok! For more photos of Scotland please visit mysaturdaydrive.com or just click the link in bio!
Happy Coosday! Wasn't able to post yesterday because of building the new editing rig, as you all saw from the stories. Thank you all for the compliments! Hopefully loads of images will be edited on it hassle free for a long time! Since it is #coosday and I also wanted another entry in #itstommysworldffa competition, I chose his shot of this awesome coo and applied a bit of light retouches to make it my style. Haven't had a coo here in a while so hope you guys like! Let me know in the comments down below what you think! For more amazing photos of Scotland, please visit mysaturdaydrive.com or just click the link in bio! If you enjoy my work, please smash that follow button to never miss a post!
Dunure Castle If you enjoy my posts, please smash that follow button to see some amazing photos of Scotland! You guys seem to really appreciate the first shot of this wee castle. Here's another one of it from the exact opposite side, basking in the sunset colours of late February! A bit of a late one today! Hope you are still around to show some love! Who else has been busier than ever with despite the lockdown and working form home? For my best work, please visit mysaturdaydrive.com or just click the link in bio! Have an awesome weekend!
Dunure Castle Trying to get back now through backlogs of photos and adventures before we went to Skye. Here's a shot of Dunure Castle ruins with some perfectly timed birdies. Located in South Ayrshire, Dunure Castle has been overlooking the coast since the 13th century. Dunure was also one of the first locations featured in Outlander, more precisely it's harbor. Speaking of the harbor, we had some awesome fish and chips at the local cafe. If you are ever visiting, definitely check it out. What do you think? Let me know down below! Sorry for not being around much lately. My laptop has finally given the ghost and it's become a bit difficult to edit images. Luckily I have backups of my photos and the computer I have from work but it's a bit slow as it's just an office machine. For my best work, please visit mysaturdaydrive.com or just click the link in bio! If you enjoy my work, please hit the follow button! Have an awesome day!
The Old Man No not me, but this infamous landmark on the Isle of Skye. I suppose this is a bonus to my series from Skye. This image is for a competition organised by @itstommysworld @jjmonaghanwatches @mygobe and @litragear . Since we never got to see the Old Man of Storr during our last visit, I thought I could at least share this with you, captured by Tommy and edited by me! Nothing crazy and dramatic as I like subtle edits. I hope you like it and I hope I win! Let me know what my chances of winning are down below! For my best work, please visit mysaturdaydrive.com or just click the link in bio. If you enjoy my feed please smash that follow button!
See you soon! Well, I hope you guys have enjoyed my photos from Skye. It was an amazing trip, made some new friends and took some incredible photos. It has been a pleasure to share the trip with you over the last few weeks. Massive shout out to Callum from @callum_says @callum_tours for hooking us up with accommodation and for driving us safely and swiftly for the entire weekend! We are booked again for another long weekend at the end of October. Fingers crossed the current situation improves so we can head over! Anyways, let me know what has been your favourite photo I've shared of Skye down below! If you have suggestions of other places we can hit up next time we're there drop a hint! For my best work, please visit mysaturdaydrive.com or just click the link in bio! If you are new here, please smash that follow button! You have no idea how much it helps me to share more amazing photos of Scotland with you! Have a great weekend!
Eilean Donan I have posted a few photos of this photogenic castle before, but never from this angle. This is probably one of my favourite images I have taken during my trip to Skye in February, and probably one of my all time favourites! I just think it looks so good. In retrospect though, I wish I could have framed the castle in the middle, but given that my bum was very intimate with spiky gorse while doing this, my range of motion was limited. Let me know what you think down below! There is a slightly better version of this (this is becoming a trend, as unfortunately, I can only upload 4x5 crops on Instagram) with a bit more foreground gorse. Check it out on my Facebook page if you'd like. @jrstaddon hope you are well brother! Thank you again for letting me use your long lens for this one! If non essential travel is ever allowed, the first thing I do is get myself a 70-200 either from you or from facebook marketplace! For more amazing photos of Scotland, please check out mysaturdaydrive.com. You will also find a few blogs about traveling in Scotland. If you enjoy my photography, may I ask you to kindly smash that Follow button! It helps me tremendously to produce more amazing images of Scotland for you to enjoy!
Portree Harbour There is nothing like the softness of the morning light, is there? Here we have Portree Harbour waking up to a cold crisp first day of March. I personally prefer the light just before the sun rises. But in this case, heavy clouds covered the sun just after it starting peaking over the horizon and the resulting mood, I thought, had to be photographed! I doubt you've seen this angle of the harbour before, so please let me know if you like it in the comments section below! There is a full wide screen version of this photo (which how I envisioned the original image) which I posted on My Saturday Drive's Facebook page. Please head over there as well and let me know if you like it! For more amazing photos of Scotland, please check out mysaturdaydrive.com via link in bio! If you enjoy my photos, please smash that follow button and turn on notifications to never miss a post. I know it doesn't look like it but it helps me tremendously to produce more amazing content from Scotland and to bring it to your screens! Thank you and have an awesome week!
Portree Portree is a peaceful fishing village. It only dates back 200 years and owes its existence to Lord MacDonald. The name in Gaelic means the King's Port. Nowadays, it's arguably the heart of Skye and can easily be used as a hub to branch out to all the corners of the island. Do you like this one? Let me know down below! To make it interesting, guess the time of the day (sunset or sunrise). Guess it right and I'll give you a feature on the stories! For more amazing Scotland photography and travel blogs, please visit mysaturdaydrive.com. If you are new here and enjoy my work, please smash that follow button! Have a great weekend!
The gift that keeps on giving! What I am talking about is Scotland of course. This is another shot from Skye, literally on the roadside. Behind us was full bright sun and in front of us was this amazing mountain with a cloud embracing it! We had to stop and take a shot of this! What do you think? Drop me a comment! Whoever spots a cheeky red car gets a shout-out on the stories! There's also a landscape version of this in black and white which I think looks amazing! Check it out on my Facebook page - My Saturday Drive! For my best work, please visit mysaturdaydrive.com and if you enjoy my photos please smash that follow button! It helps me to produce more amazing content for you!
Leave me alone! Is what this house would probably say haha! At least that's the impression I got the second I stepped on the driveway to the house. We were there I guess and I lazily took this shot of it. Most of the time I pointed the camera at the mountains! At least whoever lives there now is probably appreciating the peace and quiet wouldn't you agree? Drop a comment if you'd like! Or at least let me know how you're doing! For my best work, please visit mysaturdaydrive.com where soon you'll be able to purchase some of my images as prints! Keep your eyes out on this space!
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