Plockton nestles along the shore of Loch Carron not too far from the sea. Facing east it receives little wind and has a relatively mild climate thanks to the North Atlantic Drift.
Most houses date from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries from when it was a planned community relying on fishing. Its scenic beauty along with an almost unnatural stillness make Plockton a compelling and fascinating place.
Lying 6 miles from the Kyle of Lochalsh along a mostly single track road and also having a train station Plockton is a must place to visit, but don't tell everybody...
A West Yorkshire mill workshop, untouched for many years.
A New Zealand Journey
Exciting photography and design, cutting edge at the time.
A look at how tourists collect: 'Indisputable evidence that the trip was made'.
An early encounter with the world of film.
for Tarn Hows in the English Lake District.