#Lovewilderness photo competition highlights
Posted on Mar 10, 2016 by Rupert Shanks
We were spellbound by the amount of beautiful images in our recent #Lovewilderness photo campaign.
From glowing sunsets across glass-calm lochs to roaring stags in misty glens. There was some epic photography from beautiful wild places across Scotland and further afield.
Due to the sheer number of entrants we would like to share a few of our favourites that you might have missed.
Cracking moody shot of a stag in Glen Etive. Photo: Michael M Sweeney
Anyone who’s kayaked can connect to the sheer joy of floating over glassy water. Beautifully captured here by Nathalie Dyke
We loved the sweeping lines and gorgeous colour of this misty sunset. Photo: Justine Henderson
The road ahead leads to adventure! A simple idea perfectly executed. Simply stunning. Photo: Michaela Macdonald
Who can deny a leaping dolphin against the setting sun! ‘I doubt I’ll ever catch a moment like this again in my life. A bottlenose dolphin jumping with the sunset behind. Taken on the Cromarty Firth.’ Photo: Scott Hendry
Something very other worldly about getting above the clouds for sunset. Makes me want to try and do that more often. Summer night on A’ Mhaighean …..above the clouds. Photo: David John Robertson
No sunsets needed here! We loved the sense of adventure and connection between the two adventurers in this one. Photo: Tine Randen
I am a self taught photographer, I never took photos in the winter because the trees were bare of leaves and I thought everything looked dull. Then I discovered low light, changing of light and now I’m out trying to capture all the winter sunsets on Loch Tay! Photo: Archie McLaren
The wilderness of South Island NZ….tranquility and beauty….actually we were being bitten to shreds by sand flies but who needs to know, wouldnt want to ruin a good photo…sit still I urge my fiancee!!! Photo: Rominy Colville
Magnificent! see this ever day but the changing light makes it magnificent ever time. Photo: Archie Mclaren
It’s great when the locals are happy to show the way down to the beach, Split Rock, Clachtoll, Highland. Photo: Roselyne Oneill
A huge thank you to everyone who took part in this campaign. It was so inspiring to not only receive such a wealth of great images but to hear the stories and emotions that connected them.
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