Autumn in Scotland
In this weeks episode of the podcast I consider why visiting Scotland is a great idea in the autumn. There are very few tourists around, no midges and the autumn display of our woodlands can be a spectacular sight for photographers and all visitors alike. I suggest some great woodlands that you might like to visit and I look forward to the onset of winter, the shorter days and longer nights and the arrival of snow at any time from now on.
The jewel in the crown for autumn colours is Glen Affric fifteen miles west of Loch Ness. Glen Affric is a national nature reserve and conservation work and replanting is ongoing to improve the remnants of the ancient caledonian pine forest.
I also cover the new Shure SM58 microphone which I have purchased from donations to the podcast. I have also improved my setup to allow me to take Skype calls and record them directly into the podcast episodes.