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Want more inspiration for your home? Keep on reading!
Inspiration From Our Scottish Highland Canvas Prints Collection
This stunning image was taken during a December 2015 camp on Beinn na h-Eaglaise which means ‘Hill of the Church’ in Gaelic. It was only in late 2022, 7 years after he made the trip, that Jack realised he had captured this image showing the spectacular, almost ethereal view across to the Torridon mountains. The beautiful ‘Nordic pink’ and gradient of the sky can sometimes be seen at dawn and dusk during a snowy winter.
We think this image would be perfect placed in a bedroom to help you drift off and wake up in the clouds!
This is one of our limited edition panoramas, and 25 will only ever be printed.
Standing high above Loch Torridon, Liathach is rated by many as one of the Highland's finest mountains - and with a view like this it's obviously why!
Jack captured this particular image wanting to share the symmetrical aspect of the rivers running either side of the ridge, alongside all those earthy orange tones from the October sunrise.
As you can see, this panorama works wonderfully in warm-toned cozy spaces with natural furnishings and colours.
Jack had been waiting for a long time to capture an aurora in Applecross, and it just happened to be on Burns Night 2021.
This night was very clear with a bright supermoon which meant that the landscape could be captured in plenty of detail. Paired with the strong aurora and a scattering of stars in the night sky, it's a photo that Robert Burns would surely have found poetic!
This image is always admired at the gallery (who doesn't love an aurora?!), and we think it can work well in many different spaces with all different colour palettes, although for this post we paired it with cobalt blue.
We would love to know your thoughts! Which of our images would you choose for your wall? Don't forget that you can also upgrade any canvas with one of our locally made rustic fence post frames for a true piece of Applecross!