Scotland has some of most unique landscapes in the world; with 11,000km’s of coastline, vast and majestic mountains, free-flowing streams, canals, rivers and lochs and hundreds of individual rural and suburban islands. Photographers have flocked in the thousands over the years to capture just a small snippet of Scotland’s inspiring habitat.
Scotland is globally known for having a large variety of national parks and reserves including 47 National Nature Reserves and over 1,000 Sites of Specific Scientific Interest. Popular areas for photography in Scotland include the Cairngorms National Park, The Trossachs National Park and Loch Lomond. All these provide a 360 degrees view of what Scotland has to offer. These parks also offer a likely chance of meeting some of Scotland’s unique and native wildlife including as puffins, red deers and buzzards.
These stunning photos were submitted in a competition to find the most breathtaking landscapes around Scotland and are provided by Embrace Scotland Cottages.