Nikon Adventures: The Isle of Arran

The Isle of Arran. Golf, beaches, walks and the occasional sunshine.

It’s been the location for holidays for my family since I can remember. It’s a place where my mum grew up, my grandparents lived and I’ve enjoyed annually for my entire life.

After a (rather queasy) hour long ferry trip from Ardrossan harbour my family, Zoe and I arrived on the island for a week of relaxing, exploring and taking semi-professional photographs.

Whether it be the extensive wildlife, the long beaches or the mountain that is Goatfell, Arran has a lot to offer when it comes to photography, and we were certain to take advantage of it.

Again, like my previous photography post, I’m not promising wonderful pictures, but it was the best we could do on some windy days – with some pictures taken by Zoe Phillips.

So, here it goes. I hope you enjoyed looking at the photos as much as we enjoyed taking them!


Sannox – Zoe Phillips


Brodick Castle – Jack Aitchison


Lochranza Castle – Jack Aitchison


Brodick Castle – Jack Aitchison


Highland Cow – Jack Aitchison


Mooooo – Jack Aitchison


Vogue – Zoe Phillips


Picture perfect – Zoe Phillips

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Just hanging around – Jack Aitchison

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Cottage view – Zoe Phillips


Le mother – Jennifer Aitchison

Goatfell – Gillian Aitchison


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