All images Copyright©Barry and Mary Turner 2016
SITE UPDATED 09/04/2018
If you have travelled to the Isle of Mull via the Lochaline ferry, you will probably enjoy this superb video
created by George Riddell of Eyes Open Wild who now lives in Scotland.
©George Riddell 2018
News Update - 09/04/2018
Site links restored after move to new server
News Update - 30/03/2018
This site was down for a couple of days (March 2018) after the announcement by Adobe that they were closing down
their hosting services and ending development work on Adobe Muse, the software used to build this site, which will then die and no longer be available.
So this site and BarryTurnerPhotography have been moved to a new server prior to being completely re-built. The sites will remain live until they are replaced by the new versions.
I plan to post new material here soon from new field trips to Scotland to that you have something fresh to look at!
thanks for your patience.
The first gallery is accessible by clicking on the image and includes images with captions and file numbers.
The second image link will take you to a video version of the gallery with condensed captions but including
a back track of Celtic music to enhance the experience. We hope you enjoy the galleries.
Click on either image to view the galleries.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTSNo web site can be built without a lot of help.I have been very fortunate in having a lot of help and advice from many experienced and knowledgeable people.The following have not only helped with advice and knowledge but have also directly contributed and been very patient with my own lack of knowledge: The late John Sawyer who was an inspiration and a fountain of knowledge on nearly everything related to the wildlife and Biodiversity on Mull.Stuart Gibson (Mull Naturalist Extraordinaire); David Genney of Scottish Natural Heritage for all things Bryophyte;Gordon Rothero, County recorder of Bryophytes for Argyll; Martin Jones for pointing me in the right direction with Lightroom;Lynne Farrell, VC Recorder for the Isle of Mull; David Woodhouse for his help; Alan Spellman the Bird Man of Mull;Mull Otter Group for their enthusiasm; and the many residents of Mull who have passed on their local knowledge. And of course my wife Mary for her patience with a Husband who lives on his computer!Thank you allBarry
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