I recently went on a week-long adventure around the Scottish Highlands.
My friend, Lucy, and I, road tripped around Scotlands North Coast 500, a 500 mile stretch of beautiful landscapes.
Over the course of the week, I took a few hundred photographs (six of which you can see below) and filmed a movie that will be coming out on the 21st June.
It was an amazing week. I didn't realise how stunning the Scottish Highlands are. Cameras just cannot capture the scale of its beauty.
I can't believe it has taken me until now to explore the amazing landscapes on my doorstep.
We started the trip off at Loch Lomond, before heading to Glenfinnan and the Isle of Skye. We then went over the Applecross mountain pass where we were literally driving through clouds.
Our third day saw us driving up the western coast of Scotland, past vast Lochs, and towering mountains.
The northern coast is filled with white beaches and clear blue waters, reminiscent of Caribbean coastlines.
We ended the road trip with a 7-hour drive down the east coast to Loch Ness, where we camped in what was probably the most scenic spot of the trip.