Tarbert, Scotland

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My photography blog of Tarbert, Scotland is all about boats and a castle. The picturesque small town is at the north end of the Kintyre Peninsula on Loch Fyne. When we stayed towards the end of the summer of 2016 we were lucky enough to receive a rare run of excellent weather. Tabert looked stunning with its bustling harbour and colourful shops and restaurants. The short climb to the castle was well worth it will some good views. Here are some of my photographs…

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About Me:

I am a Family Portrait & Wedding Photographer, I also create photography and video for business offering on-line content and marketing support. I run regular introduction to photography training courses, ideal if you you want to learn how your camera works and take better photographs. I am based in Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park and work throughout Scotland including Glasgow, Stirling and Edinburgh as well as Loch Lomond.

See more at my website – www.paulsaundersphotography.com or call me on 01360 661029.

Further Reading

Please have a look at some of my other blogs of favourite places in Scotland, including Staffa, IonaLoch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park, The Isle of ArranThe Cowal Peninsula and Sanna, Ardnamurchan. Further afield I have also blogged about Cape Town, South Africa, Martha’s Vineyard in America and English Bay in Vancouver, Canada.

Tarbert, Scotland is a great base for exploring other parts of Scotland, particularly if you take a Calmac Ferry to one of the nearby islands or peninsulas.

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