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Your Element

Was just in Kintyre for the weekend; one very intense essentially life changing weekend however I feel that is probably to be talked about in a blog later on in the week. 250 more words


Killypole Loch

Killypole Loch

I had high hopes for my walk up to Killypole Loch, Kintyre, Argyll, Scotland a few weeks ago. I was hoping to get a good recce from the hill in the area to use as vantage points for a future shoot as well as getting some shots done at the loch. 388 more words

James Collett

Calum McLean - a schoolboy visit to Argyll Colliery that went off with a bang!

In 1961, Calum McLean from Campbeltown, went on an underground visit to Argyll Colliery at Machrihanish, which was organised by Campbeltown Grammar School, where he was a pupil. 213 more words

Gauldrons, Machrihanish

Gauldrons, Machrihanish

A few weeks back I visited the Gauldrons, Machrihanish in Kintyre, Argyll, Scotland to do a sunset shoot.

I had a fantastic time there and captured quite a few images as the light was stunning and the location was offering some nice compositions. 165 more words

James Collett

Old Machrihanish

This photograph of Machrihanish was brought in to one of our drop-in sessions at Campbeltown Library by Charlie McMillan, a former mechanic at Argyll Colliery. We’re not sure when it dates back to but it’s certainly the oldest photographic image I have seen of Machrihanish. 117 more words

Neil Munro and some memories from his daughter, Dianne Brodie

My Dad (Neil Munro) worked as a coal miner from the day the pit opened until the day it closed.

He was married in June 1927 to my mother Mary… 560 more words

Sunrise Recce

View From Hillside Farm Over Campbeltown

The forecast the night before was giving no clouds so I thought about a shoot to do for sunrise. It’s my intentions to photograph a bit more away from my home town and… 522 more words