Landscape and mountain photography from Scotland and beyond by Jason Bonniface. Celebrating and promoting Scotland's stunning scenery, mountains and wild places.
Assynt, Coigach & Ullapool
Assynt and Coigach lie to the north of Ullapool, on Scotland’s north west coast, straddling the borders of the former counties of Ross & Cromarty and Sutherland. They are sparsley populated areas with small crofting communities, beautiful beaches and coastlines and stunning mountains such as Suilven, Quinag, Ben Mor Coigach, Ben More Assynt and Stac Pollaidh. The area has been designated as a National Scenic Area and is known for the Moine Thrust Zone that passes through it. The study of this feature played a significant role in the formulation of tectonic and continental collision theories. The Knockan Crag is a great place to find out more and soak up the landscape. This is one of the most wonderful areas in the British Isles.
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I love a pre-Christmas trip to the hills and fortunately had three free days over the winter solstice weekend of 2019 before a quick turnaround for a family Christmas. The lack of daylight in the north of Scotland at this time of year really adds an edge to any trip ... Read More
I am delighted that my photo "The Summer Isles from Stac Pollaidh" has been used on the cover of Philip Marsden's new book "The Summer Isles: A Voyage of the Imagination", published by Granta. This photo was taken on an early April afternoon several years ago on a weekend trip ... Read More
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