After the success of our first e magazine - Summer 2011, we are delighted to welcome you to our second edition - Autumn 2011. The theme of the magazine this quarter is Photography in Scotland. Please note that the information is mainly from a beginners perspective just in case we get into a bit of trouble from all the photography gurus out there.
Please download and view the Autumn Issue HERE
The theme was inspired from Autumn being my own preferred season for taking photographs and being out and about in the fabulous Scottish countryside. Scotland’s most iconic wildlife also flourish in the Autumn with the likes of the Red Deer Rut.
This month we are showcasing the Island of Skye in particular as being a wonderful location for photography. It was inspired by a trip my grandfather took there many years ago. He still raves about it today. We are also very honoured to be able to include a wonderful article by a local Skye photographer, Andrew Woodhouse called “A Photograph of Skye... everyday” It sums up the challenges and magic the island has to offer a photographer.
We also have a fabulous photography competition. The prize up for grabs is a Panasonic Lumix S1 camera.
Finally we would like to thank everyone for their support so far. Scotland is our passion but it only works when our supporters feel the same way as we do so thanks again, it is all really appreciated!
Please download the PDF HERE
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We hope that we will give potential tourists, both home and away, a great reason to choose Scotland as a holiday destination that the whole family can enjoy.
What is in the magazine:
- Intro and Tourism Survey
- Family day trips in Scotland
- Tour Ideas
- Top gallery pics
- Finlaystone Country Estate
- Tall Ships Race Greenock
- Tall Ships Race Lerwick
- Walking with kids
- Holiday with Kids
- Family Friendly Events
- Helensburgh Highland Games
- Dean Castle
- Fun for Kids and competition
- Whitecairn & Glenluce Holiday Parks
- A day at Stirling Castle
- Delgatie Castle, Clyde Clippers and Stay St. Andrews