To Kames

On Saturday I shot my first wedding of the year, demanding a 2 hour trek to Kames, Tighnabruaich, part of which required a ferry ride. The drive to Kames was nothing short of stunning. I can’t describe how it made me feel. It’s only taken me 20 years to appreciate the beauty of Argyll and Bute, having grown up in Dunoon from the age of 6 and leaving for the city at 17.

The couple were kind enough to book me a room in a hotel overnight, giving me the opportunity to appreciate the drive in the morning light. I had to snap a photo of the local service station. I’ve never seen a petrol station so small and I lived in Kilmun for 11 years.

I wish my camera could do the scenery justice, but it doesn’t.



  1. visten says:

    it’s great . 😉

  2. Matt Clark says:

    Did you use a tilt shift lens, or just really good post processing blurs?

  3. meghan says:


  4. Anders says:

    Beautiful photos! Makes me want to go outdoors more often taking pictures!

    Kind Regards,


    Anders Sundstedt, M.Sc. | Founder | Director | Designer
    Animator | After Effects Artist | Illustrator | Motion Designer

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