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B&W Landscapes

Phill Thornton | Buachaille Etive Mor

Buachaille Etive Mor

Buachaille Etive Mor and the entrance to Glen Etive, depicting Stob Dearg on the right and Stob a Ghlais Choire on the left. This image was shot just after sunrise, and a big dumping of snow on Glencoe.
Phill Thornton | Blyth Beach Huts No. 3

Blyth Beach Huts No. 3

The vibrant colours of the Blyth Beach Huts on the Northumberland coastline, with stormy clouds.
Phill Thornton | Stormy skies over the The Sound of Raasay and The Cuillin Mountains

Stormy skies over the The Sound of Raasay and The Cuillin Mountains

View across the Sound of Raasay from the Isle of Raasay towards the Cuillin ranges on the Isle of Skye, with a stormy sky.
Phill Thornton | Dramatic skies over over Stob Dearg

Dramatic skies over over Stob Dearg

View of the Munro Stob Dearg, Glen Etieve, Scotland, with a dramatic sky. (B&W version).
Phill Thornton | The Black and Red Cuillin mountains from Sligachan

The Black and Red Cuillin mountains from Sligachan

View of the Sligachan Old Bridge, with the Red Cuillins on the left and the the Black Cuillins on the right, as dusk begins, black and white version.
Phill Thornton | The Callanish Standing Stones Isle of Lewis

The Callanish Standing Stones Isle of Lewis

The Callanish Standing Stones are said to have been erected between 2900BC and 2600BC, which are probably even older than the more famous StoneHenge. They are on the North West Coast of the beautiful Isle of Lewis.
Phill Thornton | The Old Man of Storr

The Old Man of Storr

Dramatic Black & White version of the sun setting over The Old Man of Storr, Isle of Skye, Scotland.
Phill Thornton | Sunset over the  Callanish Standing Stones

Sunset over the Callanish Standing Stones

The Callanish Standing Stones are said to have been erected between 2900BC and 2600BC, which are probably even older than the more famous StoneHenge. They are on the North West Coast of the beautiful Isle of Lewis. Black & White version.
Phill Thornton | Stob Dearg No.3 toned Black & White version

Stob Dearg No.3 toned Black & White version

Sunrise over Stob Dearg, Buachaille Etive Mor, Glencoe, Scotland.
Phill Thornton | Loch Earn No.4

Loch Earn No.4

The sun sets over Loch Earn, shot from the village of St. Fillans, depicting the many jetties on the loch shore, Black & White version.
Phill Thornton | Loch Earn No.9 (B&W)

Loch Earn No.9 (B&W)

Panoramic view of the sun setting over Loch Earn, depicting a jetty on the loch shore.
Phill Thornton | Stob na Broige from Stob na Doire (B&W)

Stob na Broige from Stob na Doire (B&W)

View of Stob na Broige from the summit of Stob na Doire, Buachaille Etive Mor, Glencoe. Black and White version.
Phill Thornton | Stob Dearg No.7

Stob Dearg No.7

Sunrise over Stob Dearg, Buachaille Etive Mor, Glencoe, Scotland.
Phill Thornton | Loch Morlich No.5 (B&W version)

Loch Morlich No.5 (B&W version)

Early winter morning view of Loch Morlich, in the Cairngorms National Park, Scotland. This was a very early start leaving Edinburgh at 4am. The Loch was so still without a breath of wind. This image was taken just sun began to rise.
Phill Thornton | View south from the summit of the Storr, Isle of Skye.

View south from the summit of the Storr, Isle of Skye.

A view down the Trotternish ridge, from the summit of the Storr, with the Black and Red Cuillin mountains, and the Isle of Rassay on the horizon, Isle of Skye, Scotland.
Phill Thornton | Panoramic view from the summit of the Black Cuillins

Panoramic view from the summit of the Black Cuillins

Panoramic view from the summit of the Black Cuillin Sgurr na Banachdaich 965m high, with Loch Coruisk, the Red Cuillins, including the magestic Bla Bheinn (Blaven), and mainland Scotland with numerous Munros on the horizon, including the mighty Big Ben (Nevis) on the far right.
Phill Thornton | View of the Old Man of Storr

View of the Old Man of Storr

Panoramic view of the Old Man of Storr, looking south past Loch Leathan to the Black and Red Cuillins on the horizon and the Isle of Rassay across the Sound of Rassay.
Phill Thornton | Bridge to Nowhere No.1

Bridge to Nowhere No.1

Sunset and high tide at Belhaven Bay, East Lothian, Scotland.
Phill Thornton | A very still Sound of Raasay and mountains B&W

A very still Sound of Raasay and mountains B&W

Black and White version of the views across the Sound of Raasay from the Isle of Raasay towards the Cuillin ranges on the Isle of Skye.
Phill Thornton | North Sea cliffs of St. Abbs Head

North Sea cliffs of St. Abbs Head

Early morning sunshine over the sea cliffs of St. Abbs Head National Nature Reserve.
Phill Thornton | Dramatic skies as the sun sets over the Northumberland coastline

Dramatic skies as the sun sets over the Northumberland coastline

Dramatic skies as the sun sets over the Northumberland coastline, with a hazy horizon, as the mist rolls in.
Phill Thornton | Bass Rock on a stormy day.

Bass Rock on a stormy day.

Stormy view of Bass Rock, East lothian, Scotland.
Phill Thornton | Panoramic view of Pettico Wick Bay at St. Abbs Head

Panoramic view of Pettico Wick Bay at St. Abbs Head

Black and White panoramic view of Pettico Wick Bay at St. Abbs Head National Nature Reserve
Phill Thornton | Red Cuillin mountain range and Sligachan old bridge.

Red Cuillin mountain range and Sligachan old bridge.

View of the Red Cuillin mountain range and Sligachan old bridge, down the Glen Sligachan, Isle of Skye.
Phill Thornton | Lightning strikes over the Quiraing, Skye.

Lightning strikes over the Quiraing, Skye.

Dark skies and lightning strikes over the Quiraing, the dramatic rock formations at the northern edge of the Trotternish Ridge on the Isle of Skye.
Phill Thornton | Lightning strikes over the Trotternish Ridge.

Lightning strikes over the Trotternish Ridge.

Dark skies and lightning strikes over the Trotternish Ridge, the dramatic rock formations at the northern edge of the Trotternish Ridge, seen from the Quiraing on the Isle of Skye.
Phill Thornton | Looking north along the Black Cuillin ridge.

Looking north along the Black Cuillin ridge.

Looking north along the Black Cuillin ridge, from the summit of Sgurr na Banachdaich 965m high. The black Cuillin ridge over 6 miles long, containing 11 Munros, the highest point is Sgurr Alasdair at 992m high. This View takes in Sgurr Thormaid, Sgurr a Ghreadaidh, Sgurr Thuilm, and on the Horizon you will see the Trotternish ridge, with the Old Man of Storr just visible.