Landscape - Finlay Buchanan Photography


My varied collection of projects includes mountains, lakes and coastal images from a wide variety of locations both in the British Isles, across Europe and around the world.

Landscape photography has for a long time been my favourite of all photographic disciplines mainly due to the sense of adventure in getting to unique and difficult to reach places to capture those special shots at the right moment in time.

Please take your time and enjoy some of the worlds most beautiful landscapes through my creative work and if you see anything you particularly enjoy then please support my efforts and purchase the image or images in any of the many printed formats available.

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Thank you for your interest in my creative work.

  • Crosby Beach Sunset

    I can remember many years ago as a young child playing at the beach and swinging from a rope tied to the middle of this large wooden structure often ending up falling into the pool of water at its base. We were often covered ankle deep in thick black sludge which I can only assume was oil and pollution mixed with sand. Nowadays, much progress has been made on Crosby beach with a great deal of effort to clean up the area making it more pleasant and safe for people visiting and playing on the beach. Visible in the distance are the huge numbers of wind turbines which are appearing all over the country on land and at sea in the quest for cleaner and greener energy. I spent a peaceful evening walking my dog with a beautiful sunset near the Coastguard Station at Hall Road on Crosby beach in Liverpool thinking back to those happy childhood days when we thought having our feet covered in this deep black sludge was fun, totally unaware of the dangers of pollution and the damage it was causing to our environment,

  • Rocks On Barmston Beach

    Rocks at Barmston beach in Yorkshire with a stream of water running out to sea.

  • A View From "The Struggle"

    As the challenging road winds through stunning scenery and hills, this tree caught my attention from the road and I just stood looking across the valley as the hill tops were encased in low level cloud giving it a peaceful but moody feel with signs there was bad weather closing in or certainly a lot of rain which is almost guaranteed at some point of any visit to the Lake District.

  • "The Struggle" In Cumbria

    A winding road heading up into the hills from Ambleside. A beautiful drive with some steep sections and lovely views of the surrounding hills. I wonder where the name "The Struggle" comes from? I can only image in winter with deep snow and ice it certainly would be a struggle travelling along this route.

  • A View Over Ullswater

    I love these old stone and slate buildings the way they blend in with the walls and scenery so typical of the Lake District. These buildings certainly stand the test of time and are built to last.


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