North Coast 500
Our summer holiday where the camera gear came along for the ride. Whilst I had been to parts of the NC500 before to photograph, this journey would see us travel the full route over 10 days in a campervan with a new location every sunset, and sunrise.
The route was planned very much with the thought of standing on some of Britain's finest beaches watching the sun disappear below the horizon knowing that only a few hours later I would be back for the first light of a new day.
We were treated to glorious conditions during the day but mornings in particular were mixed and I shot more sunsets that I did sunrises. However conditions during the day were far more important than a nice sunrise as this was our summer holiday. Personally I can't think of anywhere better to be when it's 25/26 degrees, clear blue skies and glorious sunshine.
Over the course of the trip we visited Applecross, Mellon Udrigle, Achmelvich, Clatchtoll, Pollin, Sandwoodbay, Durness, Dunnet, Duncansby Stacks and Brora to name but just a few locations, some were new to me and but others were wonderful to revisit at a time of year I wouldn't normally go to photograph.