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Looking back…

Noctilucent Clouds above the Tay Bridge in Dundee a few years back.  I can remember this road trip well…

First was the run to Dundee and the sky was beginning to show a hint of light.  The sky was absolutely stunning and I count myself lucky to capture these very rare clouds.    Then there was a trip all the way down the East Coast and strangely enough the end of the road came at the famous pier/harbour at St.Monans in Fife.  

Ronnie Murphy Photography
Ronnie Murphy Photography
Ronnie Murphy Photography

Some fly by night.

A great wee night out with friend and fellow photographer Cindy.

There is something about the night sky that makes for some great colours.  Although there is plenty of light pollution in the city areas of Glasgow.

Old Dumbarton Bridge, spans the River Leven in Dumbarton. Lit up quite dramatically at night.

 The late politician Donald Dewar’s statue looks down Glasgow’s Buchanan Street.

Glasgow Cathedral lights up the night sky and looks amazing from Glasgow Necropolis, a very famous cemetery in the City Centre.

Finally, a moonlit Loch Lomond at Duck Bay provided a reflection of the wee Island called Inchmurrin. Scotland’s only legal nudist colony!


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Portrait Session!

Although my college studies are now limited to a single unit – in order to make it possible for me to take my studies further to HND – I was lucky enough to be able to sharpen up my portrait skills with the amazing students of Hair and Make-up who were doing the 1920s look.   It was a fab experience and all the students – some being models and some doing the make up and switching.   Although I love landscape a great deal, you cannot beat the interaction of a portrait session.