I had the privileged of playing The Old Course at St. Andrews. It is known as the Home of Golf. It was a very windy day which made it quite difficult to control the ball. But, all in all, it was a good day of golf with friends and a pleasure to play the historic links that have been walked for centuries by the greatest golfers.
The Old Course at St. Andrews 18th Hole prints and licensing are at www.BriansArt.com
There’s nothing quite like a walk in the Scottish highlands. Loch Muick is lined with old trees. The setting sun shines down the length of the loch in the fall.
Old Trees in the Scottish Highlands and more photo prints are at www.BriansArt.com
And on Fine Art America at: scotland photos
Look closely. Do you see him? A deer stands in the fog on a morning in Hazlehead Park, Scotland.
Deer in the Fog and more photos are available at www.BriansArt.com
In the Winter, the low sun only peeks through a chasm on the Northern shores of Scotland. These waves managed to catch some light before the sun goes away for the day.
Blue Hour Waves and more Scotland photos are available at www.BriansArt.com
There are so many interesting ways to view the landscape near the sea.
Rocky Way to the Sea and more photos are available at www.BriansArt.com