Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park has some of the most scenic views in Scotland and is a fantastic place for photography. Here are our top 10 photos:
The following three images were taken by Trossachs Reflections. We adore the colours, tones and atmosphere they have magically captured through the lens.
1. Last light.
This stunning image is looking North and was taken at Loch Lomond looking towards Ben Lomond.
2. Picnic with a view.
Picnic with a view was taken from the shores of Inchcailloch. It makes us want to pack up a hamper and head there now.
3. Eye to the highlands.
This stunning shot was taken from the summit of Inchcailloch. We feel it perfectly captures the calming nature of Scotland’s most beautiful national park.
For more magical photos of The Trossachs, check out this wonderful Instagram page.
Micha Stanbridge from Creative Sides Photography has a passion for the outdoors. He loves to be at one in the wilderness, snapping lovely images and videos. We love the following three photos of The Trossachs he has captured so beautifully.
4. Moody Day.
Micah has captured the mood of the clouds perfectly as he climbed Ben Venue. A mountain small in stature but of real character. We love seeing the sky darken by the minute across the loch.
5. Mountain Gazing.
The colours in this image represent what Scotland is all about. We are instantly relaxed just looking at this shot.
6. Highlands in miniature.
The Trossachs are often referred to as the Highlands in miniature. This shot captures the real beauty of the region with it’s richly forested lochs and spectacular colours and tones.
For more shots by Micah, including images of The Trossachs and Scottish wildlife click here.
James Galloway is a student and snap happy lover of the outdoors of Bonnie Scotland. We love his passion for Scotland and these two photos of The Trossachs he has captured.
7. Sitting by the Loch.
We love this calming photo of the Trossachs. There is nothing like sitting by a Scottish loch for a wellness injection.
8. Seasons changing.
Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park is simply stunning as Autumn approaches and the colours begin to change. We adore how James has captured the subtle orange tones, which go perfectly with Scottish blue skies.
For more beautiful photos of The Trossachs and Bonnie Scotland, check out the James Galloway Instagram page.
Diane Maxwell believes that all the greatest adventures lie ahead. We have to agree. Check out her inspiring feed on Instagram.
9. At the top.
Diane shot this photo from the top of Ben Lawers, looking down onto Loch Tay with Beinn Ghlas, another Munro also in the view. We can feel the satisfaction on her face as she took this shot, cherishing an adventure on the mountain.
For more inspiration from Diane, click here.
10. Gartmore Estate
Ewan Barry, our photography tutor captured this image whilst exploring our estate and building up reference shots for his photography holidays at Gartmore House.
The Trossachs National park is the perfect place to bring the camera. Please feel free to share some of your favourite photos of The Trossachs below.
For further information and to book a photography break at Gartmore House, contact the team:
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