Breathtaking Snow-Capped Mountains and Serene Lochs of the Scottish Highlands Mr Devotor July 19, 2016 Photography 906 Well, Forget the Alps! A Scottish photographer captures splendid snow-capped mountains and serene lochs of the Scottish Highlands from valley to peak. The Camillo Berenosh has spent many years in travelling, capture breath-taking untamed beauty of native country. The remarkable Scottish landscape is the passion of his new journey. When you see his series of pictures, you’d definitely forget your tension a while, incredible snow-topped peaks, deep green valleys and unharmed forests. The Edinburgh based photographer is exploring Scotland from high to low capturing incredible landscape along the way. Therefore, heading deep into nature Camillo presents the raw natural beauty of the Rocky Mountains and tranquil lochs through the seasons from icy and snow-capped to blooming with flowers. He said; I often camped on summits, despite of harsh weather conditions, I didn’t afraid to wait for right time and condition to capture the photographs. I have bit a slower approach in terms of time to take perfect click, also enable me to a stronger connection with the landscape and flora and fauna of remote upland areas. I wanted to protect Scottish nature by doing this project, showing a greater appreciation of unrivalled grandeur of the hills, landscapes, forest and many anthropological threats they are facing these days. I also want to motivate other photographer to come Scotland to explore untouched places. I am sure, they’d be spellbound by diverse and staggeringly beautiful landscapes in the remoter parts of this country. I’ve spent several hours in the hills, with precise destinations often primarily being determined by where the weather forecast looked most favorable. This is a hill walker’s paradise as the views from every single monolithic summit in the region are breathtaking.’ The pure power of nature feels more present atop the snow encrusted peaks of Buachaille Etive Beag (above) as the storm clouds gather The powerful craggy face of the historic Beinn Alligin mountains (above) loom large next to the puffy white clouds that dip low in the sky The low-hanging clouds around Coigach and Inverpolly (above) shut out the orange glow of the sun’s rays trying to break through Sunrise between Cul Mor and Cul Beag in the far North of Scotland Berenos is a keen hiker and ventures out to the highlands even in freezing weather just to capture the perfect shot, like the snow blanketed shores of Lochan na Stainge, Rannoch Moor (above) Berenos was in prize position to capture the pink glow illuminating the face of Beinn Sgritheall (above) as the sun rose on a winter morning Camillo Beneros has travelled around the Scottish Highlands capturing the magnificent landscape in places including Buachaille Etive Beag Camping out, he was able to be stationed for sunrise or sunset on the peaks of places like Sgurr Fiona and the impressive ridge of An Teallach Spectacularly shaped mountains form a stunning backdrop behind Sail Mhor and Lochan Coire Mhic Fhearchair (above) on the right of it.’ At dawn on the summit of Beinn a’Chrulaiste (above) the icy rocks and frosted grass are glazed with a soft orange-tinted glow As the sun sets, clouds crawl across the sky and night draws in on the bridge of Baosbheinn (above), the peaceful highlands become more awe-inspiring Source: Dailymail Related PostsWild Remote Beauty of Norway, Iceland and Scotland’s LandscapesBreathtaking Odle Dolomites Mountain Range of ItalyTrain Piercing Through Snow-Capped Mountains of Highest Railway in EuropeThe Incredible Beauty of Irish Coastline in a Series of Landscape shortsStunning Aerials View of Bangladesh LandscapesStunning luminous landscapes pictures of California WaterfallsCanadian Photographer Takes Silhouetted Selfies in Spectacular Landscapes“Matterhorn” The Highest Iconic Swiss Alps Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.