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Below the high mountain summits of Glencoe valley in Scotland there are small sheltered woodlands of native and non-native trees including European Larch trees Larix decidua. Larches are coniferous but also deciduous, and lose their leaves in autumn, producing splendid colours. They are a non-native tree species but common now throughout upland Britain, having been introduced in the 17th Century. Red squirrels and a number of birds, including the siskin and lesser redpoll, eat seeds of the European Larch. Several caterpillar and moth species also feed on the foliage. Larches are susceptible to widespread damage from predation from the Larch bark beetle Ips cembrae.

Photograph by Ian Cameron

About Ian Cameron

Ian is a self-taught full time professional landscape photographer with over twenty three years of experience.  Apart from his own very popular range of Transient Light Scottish landscape calendars and range of Fine Art cards.  Ian published his first book of landscape photography – Transient Light – through GMC publications in association with the Guild of Master craftsmen, it’s popularity leading to a second edition of his work.

“Scotland is one of the finest locations in the world to pursue high quality landscape images, it’s light and weather creating unique opportunities even after repeat visits”.  Although he has travelled extensively the majority of his work is confined to Scotland where he finds an endless source of pleasure and inspiration.

The hallmark of Ian’s work is his articulate composition, subtle processing and delicate handling of natural light to produce outstandingly natural images of scenes that would otherwise be passed by in favour of more dramatic topography.

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