Cat Burton -

Dunnottar Castle on a chilly December day.
Since it’s Open Studios this week, I can’t go out taking new photos, which means I’m digging through the murky depths of my Lightroom catalog for old favourites to re-edit and share with you! Amidst the dust and cobwebs there are a few gems!
I took this shot of Dunnottar Castle three years ago on a photo adventure with my friend Stu. This was shot pre-Sony-switch in 2015, with my old beloved 50mm f1.4. I still miss that lens!
I am due to visit this way again on Friday for the Aberdeen Art Fair. I might well pack my camera gear just incase I magic up enough energy to do a little shoot before/after the event each day!
P.S Perthshire Open Studios continues today and you’re welcome to visit my home studio up until 7pm. 👍 See for details!

Published by Cat Burton

Cat Burton is a photographer inspired by the wild nature of Scotland. Passionate about animals, conservation and the environment, she's happiest when exploring the wilderness with her camera. From her studio in Perthshire, Scotland, she shares a daily photograph of adventures around the Scottish countryside. From landscapes and wildlife, to farm animals and lone trees. You can follow her adventures around Scotland here. From time to time she creates fine art photography which has been exhibited across the UK and is available as fine art prints here.

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