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My photography – November 2019

Alex Roddie
Alex Roddie
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Coire Lair © Alex Roddie
Coire Lair © Alex Roddie

Thanks to a combination of getting out more than usual and some excellent conditions, I’ve had a strong month for photography both on and off the mountains. In no particular order, here is a selection of images from November 2019.

Tip of the hat to my brother James Roddie, who accompanied me on some of these outings. He’s a professional landscape and nature photographer – his tips and insights helped me to get some of these shots.

Click the thumbnails to see a larger image. All photographs © Alex Roddie; all rights reserved. Please do not reproduce these images without permission.

High on Beinn Eighe © Alex Roddie
Ptarmigan on Beinn Eighe © Alex Roddie
Abernethy Forest © Alex Roddie
Gunby Park, Lincolnshire © Alex Roddie
Gunby Park, Lincolnshire © Alex Roddie
Abernethy Forest © Alex Roddie
Fuar Tholl © Alex Roddie
View from Sgorr Ruadh © Alex Roddie
Coire Lair © Alex Roddie
Gunby Park, Lincolnshire © Alex Roddie
Coire Lair © Alex Roddie
Descent from Slioch © Alex Roddie
Slioch summit © Alex Roddie
Slioch summit © Alex Roddie
Black Isle sea cave © Alex Roddie
Black Isle sea cave © Alex Roddie
High on Beinn Eighe © Alex Roddie
Gunby Park, Lincolnshire © Alex Roddie
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Alex Roddie

Happiest on a mountain. Writer, story-wrangler, digital and film photographer. Editor of Sidetracked magazine (I make the words come out good).

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