On my way up to Scotland I stopped off at numerous locations for sunrise and sunset. My first stop was Pen Y Fan in the Brecon Beacons. I summited the mountain but soon realised the low cloud was going to ruin my shot so I descended to capture this shot.
The mountains around Fort William make the driving so spectacular. This is the Pap of Glencoe and thanks to the mild conditions this mountain is almost completely devoid of snow.
On one evening a warning light appeared on my dashboard, I swiftly called the AA knowing I still had 1200 miles still to cover and the car was fixed by the early hours of the morning. I then drove straight onto Rannoch Moor and captured the moonlit mountains.
My visit to Scotland didn't only involve Rannoch Moor, I also spent a few days checking out the coast around Inverness. One location that captured my imagination was Bow Fiddle Rock, as sunset turned to twilight the tide revealed the rocky beach.
I had visited the Yorkshire Dales while at university and so I was very familiar with this tree. For this shot I used the light from the full moon to light the crags and grykes in the landscape and create a eerie scene.