During the Christmas break I took a trip to explore the Scottish landscape as part of my research for my graduate collection which focuses on the topic of "Sense of Place".
I began in the Alford countryside, Aboyne and moved through into the Cairngorms National Park, Braemar.
I took these photographs at Glenshee Ski Resort, Scotland's largest ski resort, although not much snow has reached the slopes...yet.
I feel these photographs portray an harsh and honest vision of the Scottish landscape and the stormy climate which embraces it for the majority of the year.
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