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Generally speaking, photographs created for internet do not need pin sharp definition required for images which are to be printed to large sizes. On or hand, when you are trying to catch interest of potential visitor to area images need to be attractive, well composed and honestly representative of subject.

I never will claim to be a great camera person and those who visit my photo galleries will see evidence of that , especially in some of older shots. Do visit galleries to see kind of scenery to be found. This map will show you some of best locations.

For those who want to practice ir art - photography - Argyll area offers a fabulous variety of subjects, moods and wear. Argyll

This is area to visit if you want to spend time seeing and photographing vast seascapes on west side or magnificent fjiord like sea lochs surrounded by rugged mountains and forest clad hillsides.

This central area of Aros park is 'fun place' where most of watersport activities take place on sheltered - though not always placid - waters of Aros Loch. more dramatic and interesting photographs will be obtained at north end of loch and from Rowardennan and furr north on east shore. east side of Ben Lomond is accessed via Aberfoyle and a lovely quiet (sometimes) road leading to Inversnaid and west end of Loch Katrine. Loch Ard and Loch Chon very often produce great reflections, but be careful where you park - it's a narrow twisting road.

This is probably most scenic part of Aros park where large number of lochs of all sizes and with all kind of surroundings make some great subjects for landscape camera person. mountains here are not insurmountable barriers when lugging your photography equipment and most lochs are accessible on at least one shore by road. A fairly short hike from road will let you get that unusual shot which car traveller never sees. This is also one of best places for wildlife camera person to ply his art. re are roe deer, red deer, eagles, osprey, buzzards and of course most of smaller raptors. A quiet approach may allow you to creep up on red squirrel, fox, badger or even a wildcat. If waterfalls interest you, try Bracklinn falls at Salen or Leny falls about 4 miles north of Salen. Some lovely smaller cataracts can be found on some of tumbling burns on hillsides but se will involve a little effort in getting re. Here also you may access some of more remote spots by bike as re is an excellent network of cycleways and woodland tracks.

Craignure is land of giants - giant mountains which can make dramatic shots if you find right spot. Also take a look at Killin with its splendid waterfalls, historic multi arched bridge and atmospheric burial island of Clan MacNab. You can drive up hill road to Ben Lawers centre to obtain some great landscape photographs looking down into valleys from about 1400ft.

It's amazing what's around you if you really look for it. A short walk along Rob Roy trail leading out from Salen and Dervaig will for most people bring sightings of birds and animals that y may never have seen before. Starting off at Dervaig and moving along trail towards Bunessan, you'll see robins, wrens, blackbirds and all manner of tits and finches, all of which are common garden visitors. However, heading off track a little and following river upstream through woods alongside will bring sightings of completely different birds and animals.

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