Visiting Scotland for the first time has to be some of the best travel experiences in my life. Even with eight days of driving, it still isn’t enough to properly visit the places I had planned. For this trip, I have clocked more than 550 miles of driving, plus 55gb of raw images. All these photos took quite a while to edit and sort them out. Finally, those processes are completed. I am proud to present some of my best captures during my time in Scotland.

For the first part of my trip, click here.

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Windmills over Scotland.

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The Red Police Box.

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Train under the valley.

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Clouds looming over Loch Lomond.

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Low tide over Loch Duich.

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Peaks of Invershiel

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Highlands above Uig.

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Loch Langaig Cows.

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Kilt Rock and Mealt Falls, Isle of Skye.

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Rocks and water, below Mealt Falls.

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Island beyond Old Man of Storr.

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Sheep resting on the high ground.

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Sligachan river, Isle of Skye.

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Passing through A87

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Dunnottar Castle, Stonehaven.

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Scott Monument, Edinburgh.

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Just another day in Edinburgh.

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Edinburgh City.

Special Thanks to

Lecturer Ross Trevail for advice on driving around in Scotland
Sean Hancock for advice on places to visit
Rhiannon Steele for lending me her camping equipment
Course Lecturer James Cant for being supportive of my endeavours

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