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By Harry Martin Standing on deck aboard a ferry bound for the Isle of Eigg in mid-May was almost surreal. With a group of five photographers, it was the first …

How Do Otters Keep Warm?

The European otter is the most widely distributed of the world’s 12 species, and can be found throughout much of Europe, Northern Asia, and even North Africa. Across the majority …

Curiosity Didn’t Kill the Seals

Chances are if you take a trip out to Britain’s coastline you might come across seals. We have two species you are likely to see; the common (harbour) seal, and …

Duntulm Castle

All over Scotland there are tales of faeries, daemons, kelpies and monsters, and the Isle of Skye is no exception. With place names such as the Faerie Bridge & Pools, …

Wildlife Photography Tips

Wildlife photography used to be the preserve of a select few professionals with huge telephoto lenses, top of the range cameras, and bulky tripods. Today though, with the increasing availability …

The 24 hour Skye Experience

The Isle of Skye is an increasingly popular tourist destination for holiday makers from all over the world. While those living on the island, such as myself, get to enjoy …

Full frame v Crop Sensors

You’ve probably heard professional photographers raving about how good full-frame is compared to a crop sensor camera, and for anyone in the market to buy a DSLR, or indeed mirrorless …