Out for my first landscape photography wildcamp of 2018. Due to the good yet cold weather I decided to head out to the Mamores which are a group of mountains in the Lochaber area of the Grampian Mountains in the Scottish Highlands. They form an east-west ridge approximately fifteen kilometres in length lying between Glen Nevis to the north and Loch Leven to the south.
This was my first outing with my new camera to try it out for filmmaking but have to say I still prefer my good old GoPro for ease of setup and even its quality to a point. Due to the deep snow I did not get to the location I had hoped so had to make camp a bit lower down and just managed to get some sunset shots of the winter landscape just as the sun dipped down behind the mountains.
In the morning I made a mad dash off the mountains and round to Glencoe to try and capture some sunrise images at a few locations in the area.
Although very cold it was still an amazing adventure which my film can only hint at. The views of Glencoe in winter are hard to beat and recommend you take a drive to visit if you ever have the time and chance.
I am looking forward to some more snow now, hopefully over the coming months and the opportunity to get out again for another winter wildcamp.