Landscape & Travel Photography | Wall Art | Images by Scott Masterton

Emptiness doesn't always need to be filled

Scotland, East Lothian, North Berwick, sunset view of the sunlit Bass Rock with its world famous gannet colony.

Tantallon Castle

Scotland, East Lothian, North Berwick... view of Tantallon Castle from Seacliff harbour.

These days are ours...

Scotland, East Lothian, North Berwick... view of Bass Rock from Seacliff beach as a beautiful sunset turns the sand to gold and highlights the contours and the pools of water.

Seacliff Sunset

Scotland, view of Bass Rock from Seacliff beach at sunset.

New Brighton Pier

New Zealand, South Island, Canterbury, Christchurch, sunrise at New Brighton Pier

London Bridge

London Arch (formerly London Bridge) is an offshore natural arch formation in the Port Campbell National Park, Australia.

Sky spills over us

Australia, Victoria, Great Ocean Road, the Twelve Apostles (approximately)

So much yet to see...

Australia, Victoria, Great Ocean Road, the beach at Gibson Steps.

Turning of the Tide

Australia, Victoria, Great Ocean Road, view of sea stack and cliffs at sunset from the beach at Gibson Steps.

All is Erased

Australia, Victoria, Great Ocean Road, view of sea stack and cliffs at sunset from the beach at Gibson Steps.

Gibson Steps

Australia, Victoria, Great Ocean Road, view of sea stack and cliffs at sunset from the beach at Gibson Steps.

Resistance is Futile

New Zealand, South Island, Wharariki Beach, Archway Islands

I cannot stay

New Zealand, South Island, Wharariki Beach, Archway Islands

Arrival

UK, Scotland, East Lothian, North Berwick, the winter storm known as the 'beast from the east' arrives on the east coast of Scotland. This image won an award of a Commendation in the Overall Title category of the Scottish Landscape Photographer of the Year Competition 2018.

Bamburgh Castle

Sunrise lights up the walls of Bamburgh Castle on the Northumberland coast in the North East of England. The site was originally the location of a Celtic Brittonic fort known as Din Guarie and may have been the capital of the kingdom of Bernicia from its foundation in c. 420 to 547. After passing between the Britons and the Anglo-Saxons three times, the fort came under Anglo-Saxon control in 590. The fort was destroyed by Vikings in 993, and the Normans later built a new castle on the site, which forms the core of the present one. After a revolt in 1095 supported by the castle's owner, it became the property of the English monarch.

Save me

These vertical poles mark the safe route across the tidal sands and mud of the Pilgrims Way, the ancient crossing way from the English mainland to the Holy Island of Lindisfarne on the Northumbrian coast of North East England. Should you get caught out by the rising tide then the construction in the foreground is the emergency refuge where you can wait until the tides recede again.

You said you believed..

The vertical poles mark the safe route across the tidal sands and mud of the Pilgrims Way, the ancient crossing way from the English mainland to the Holy Island of Lindisfarne on the Northumbrian coast of North East England.

Against all odds

Lone Tree in Lake Wanaka, Otago, South Island, New Zealand.

When we are alone

Lone Tree in Lake Wanaka, Otago, South Island, New Zealand.

You're not alone

Lone Tree in Lake Wanaka, Otago, South Island, New Zealand.


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