|Beinn an Eoin & Loch Lurgain|
I treated myself and enrolled on a Colin Prior Photography Workshop last week. Colin is the most well known and respected landscape photographer in the UK. If you look at one of his spectacular images on calenders, books and prints you will no doubt instantly recognise it as his work. The workshop was based up in Ullapool for 5 days with 8 other folk on the course. What finer place in the world could you wish to be?
Here's our journey in photos through the Torridon and Assynt area over the last five days.
|Liathach and Loch Clair|
|Slioch & Loch Maree|
|Cul Mor with Orograpic Cloud|
|The Old Man of Stoer|
|Sunset in Strah Canaird|
|Wonderful lichen covered rocks|
|Autumn colours in the sun|
|Suilven in beautiful afternoon light|
|Stac Pollaidh from the west|
|Colin Prior at work|
|What is the word for a collection of photographers?|
|Orograpic Cloud over Cul Mor|
|Cul Mor, Stac Pollaidh, Cul Beag, Beinn Eoin at dawn|
|Sunrise over Stac Pollaidh|
|Quinag's three Corbett summits|
|Dusk on Suilven|
|Loch Broom before the rain|
|Rivers flowing at Dundonnell|
Our final day was the wettest of the entire week. Quite lucky really. It could have been wet every day. We never got our glorious sunrises, our clear skies and our still air but we got some decent images. More importantly I gained lots more knowledge and experience of the technical aspects of photography.
A fantastic 5 days and I would highly recommend going on one of Colin Prior's workshops. He's also a top bloke and great company.