Derek Beattie Images

DEREK BEATTIE IMAGES

www.derekbeattieimages.com

Website of Scottish based amateur photographer with galleries to view, options to purchase prints and framed prints plus much more. Links to other sites with more images and options to buy greetings cards. Use the contact forms if you would like anything personalised. hope you enjoy your visit if only just to look, please leave a comment.
Daybreak at Sango Sands on Flickr.A beautiful and relatively isolated and unspoiled beach at Durness on the north coast of Scotland in Sutherland, golden sands abound in this part of the country but not all have these wonderful jaggy outcrops scattered across the beach. This is a long exposure shot to smooth out the waves.
As a footnote John Lennon might well have stood at this same spot as he holidayed in Durness as a a youth.
 www.derekbeattieimages.com www.facebook.com/DerekBeattiePhotography

Daybreak at Sango Sands on Flickr.

A beautiful and relatively isolated and unspoiled beach at Durness on the north coast of Scotland in Sutherland, golden sands abound in this part of the country but not all have these wonderful jaggy outcrops scattered across the beach. This is a long exposure shot to smooth out the waves.
As a footnote John Lennon might well have stood at this same spot as he holidayed in Durness as a a youth.
www.derekbeattieimages.com www.facebook.com/DerekBeattiePhotography

Glasgow Prestwick Airport

Glasgow Prestwick Airport, a photo by emperor1959 on Flickr. Via Flickr: Glasgow Prestwick Airport in Prestwick, Ayrshire, Scotland, used an array of green spotlights to bathe the front of the terminal in green light from the 15th to the 17th of march 2014, joining the list of landmarks around the world that have done the same to mark Saint Patrick’s Day.

Glasgow Prestwick Airport

Glasgow Prestwick Airport, a photo by emperor1959 on Flickr. Via Flickr: Glasgow Prestwick Airport in Prestwick, Ayrshire, Scotland, used an array of green spotlights to bathe the front of the terminal in green light from the 15th to the 17th of march 2014, joining the list of landmarks around the world that have done the same to mark Saint Patrick’s Day.