The landscape and environment of the Scottish Highlands is a
superb location in which to explore your own photographic
skills. However if you would like to attend a day course or a
week's photography workshop please see the links given to
pursue this further.
Some of the photographs on this web site are attributed to Will Copestake, who is an adventure travel photographer. His superb pictures of Scotland are available for sale at the link below.
The memorial to Peach and Horne at Inchnadamph is testament to their geological discoveries of the Moine Thrust fault and folded rock formations at Knockan Crag. The "Assynt Window" in the North West Highland's Geopark gives a unique insight into the region's turbulent geological past. Follow the "Rock Route" to discover the impact of glaciation and the Torridonian sandstone of one of the most ancient and unique landscapes of Europe. The limestone caves of Assynt are great to explore for the speleologists among you!
Experience wonderful opportunities to watch birds, butterflies, mammals and sea life and discover the regions exquisit flora. Visit local gardens at Leckmelm to find some of the best specimen trees in Europe and the great gardens at Inverewe and Attadale. The "Collins Field Guides", Evans & Rothero's specialist "Flora of Assynt" and Michael Scott's "Scottish Wild Flowers" make excellent references. Historical sites include the Russian Arctic Convoy bases at Gairloch; and ancient bronze age hut circles, brochs and duns all round the region. For local family geneology and history see Ullapool Museum.