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Showing posts from March, 2018

Ice on a Moorland Road

Another view beside Loch More. Either a road to nowhere, or a road to peace and contemplation, depending upon your point of view!

Keith Tilley Watercolours

Old Buildings at Loch More

I've probably said it before, but I love the area around Loch More in Caithness. There is such a feeling of open space and solitude, and little intrusion of man-made noise. It's also wind-swept and wild, but on a calm, sunny day there is nowhere better, in my opinion.

Keith Tilley Watercolours

View at Weydale

This view always stops me in my tracks as I come over the hill at Weydale. The farmhouse stands out in silhouette against the lighter distance, which extends over a huge area of farmland and the Flow Country beyond.

The latest addition to Keith Tilley Watercolours.

Suilven and Lochinver

The view of Suilven towering over the village of Lochinver has all the elements of a classic Sutherland landscape: the isolated mountain peaks, the wild terrain, the small fishing village strung out along the narrow strip of coastline.

From this direction Suilven appears to be an almost perfect steep-sided peak, often described as a "sugar loaf" shape, but in fact it is the end of a long, narrow ridge.

Lochinver is one of several important fishing ports on the West Coast of Scotland.

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Landscape at Loch More

The latest addition to -  Keith Tilley Watercolours