Sixty-Plus Landscapes from Autumn in the Highlands

Autumn is starting to come to a close here in the Cairngorms. Most of the trees have now been stripped of their leaves. The hills are dusted in snow every other day.

I find my days are busy as I work on plans and projects for next year, but it’s always nice to take a little while to look back on what has been another beautiful season.

So, in reverse order of when they were taken, a review of some of my the best photographic moments from another wonderful Highland autumn.

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