One of my all time to-dos was to take a ride in a hot air balloon over an iconic landscape. Whilst visiting Namibia in 2019 I finally managed to achieve this. A 4AM start meant driving from my accommodation to the pick-up point in Sossusvlei near to the entrance of the National Park. Once at … Read More
Whilst visiting Namibia in 2019 I came across this handy “How-To” guide in one of the lodges that I was staying at. If you’re planning on visiting Namibia then these wise words may well be helpful for you.
I have the pleasure of having one of my pictures selected by The Bailies of Bennachie for the January page of their 2018 calendar. The Bailies of Bennachie is a voluntary conservation society formed in 1973 under the enthusiastic leadership of Dr Daniel Gordon, the founder senior Bailie. The objectives of the society are:- To preserve … Read More
Mount Keen is the most easterly of the Munros in Scotland. It is also the closest to where I live. However, it is getting on for three years since I was up there last. From the Glen Tanar side there is a longish walk in to the bottom of Mount Keen. This is split half and half … Read More
ISLAY WHISKY by Jim Frost on Exposure
Lochnagar by Jim Frost on Exposure
I had the tremendous pleasure of having one of my photographs selected to be used by The Scots Magazine, the oldest magazine in the world, for a feature in their October 2016 edition. The article, a feature on The Cairngorms titled “In Thrall To The Roof Of Scotland”, was written by the renowned Scottish journalist and … Read More
Kafue : Big Cats & More by Jim Frost on Exposure