North Argyllshire Print Collection

Argyllshire – North, Scotland

Sixteen selected prints based on sixteen days walk along the northern coastline of the historic county of Argyllshire, Scotland which includes the Morvern and Ardnamurchan peninsulas. The walk took place in December 2018 and January 2019.

Signed, limited edition prints are available from £195. To purchase and for more details visit The Perimeter Print Shop alternatively email your order to or phone 07973 139345

Foghorn with Rum, Ardnamurchan Point Lighthouse, Highland, Scotland.

By the fishing huts, Arcasaid Bheag, Ardnamurchan, Highland, Scotland.

Singing Sands III, Kentra, Ardnamurchan, Highland, Scotland.

Sanna Bay I, Ardnamurchan, Highland, Scotland.

Greylag geese with Garbh Bheinn, Loch Sunart, Highland, Scotland.

Leacraithnaich bothy I, Ardtornish, Highland, Scotland.

Ben Nevis from Kingairloch I, Highland, Scotland.

Garbh Bheinn, Highland, Scotland.

Dawn breaks over the Sound of Mull, Highland, Scotland.

Leacraithnaich bothy VI, Ardtornish, Highland, Scotland.

Sanna Bay II, Ardnamurchan, Highland, Scotland.

Loch Moidart II, Lochaber, Highland, Scotland.

Last light, Kingairloch III, Highland, Scotland.

Ferry at dusk, Corran, Highland, Scotland.

Maclean’s Nose, Ardnamurchan, Highland, Scotland.

Fishing huts II, Arcasaid Bheag, Ardnamurchan, Highland, Scotland.

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7 thoughts on “North Argyllshire Print Collection”

  1. Meg Slatcher says:

    Your photographs are stunning: very beautiful. I couldn’t possibly choose just one or two! Will you be publishing a book ( with dozens or even hundreds) of photos? Please!

  2. Francis Tibbles says:

    All great photos. I’ve a print of a painting of your view of Sanna Bay in our living room and one day I’ll get there in person! Have seen a good bit of the west coast of Scotland, but need to fill that gap between Fort William and Glenelg! By the way if you’ve never done sea kayaking can I recommend my cousin Alison at Seakayaking Plockton in Lochalsh. Well done on the walk. Francis Tibbles from London.

    • Thanks. You must plug that gap as it’s the best bit! I’d love to learn to sea kayaking some time; a much less perverse way to travel about on the west coast!

      • Francis Tibbles says:

        Well Alison takes from beginners upwards in her sea kayaking school. Her website explains everything at
        I haven’t been up there since about 2012, but hope to visit again at some point when Covid allows!
        Kind regards
        Francis Tibbles

  3. andrew richards says:

    I’m sitting at home on a cool spring evening in Sydney looking at your beautiful photos after reading the article in the Guardian. Well done what an amazing achievement !
    I left Wales 50 years ago and went to school not far from Worms Head in the Gower.
    We’re fortunate to travel in the UK regularly and last year were in Mull which was gorgeous
    What an extraordinary adventure you must have had. Must have
    been hard to settle to a”normal” life after a journey like yours😊
    Best wishes

    • Hi Andrew, yes it is hard to settle back to normal life! But editing the photos and talking about the journey helps me keep the memories of the experience alive. What a great place to have childhood memories for you, All the best, Quintin

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