John was fascinated by the sea in all its different moods. He would spend time just looking at the sea.
John loved watching the moving waves and colours of the sea
Ardnamurchan Point is the most westerly point of the British mainland. You pass the lighthouse here on your way from Oban to Barra and the Western Isles.
There is great fascination in the changing movement and colours of the tides
Tides change in colour and movement but never stop
John was fascinated by the movements and colours of waves
John loved watching the water in the wake of the ferries as he crossed from island to island
The undertow can affect the colours of the waves which inspired John
John loved watching the changing moods of the sea including high tides
As an Edinburgh man, the Bass Rock was a favourite landmark in all weathers
The Bass Rock is so romantic in the moonlight
Semi abstract colourful image of the Bass Rock in summer time.
Amazing colours that can be seen in the evenings looking across from the west coast of Scotland to the island of Eigg
As a youngster John liked watching and sketching the changing sea around the Bass Rock.
Remembered holidays in North Berwick and heat haze over the sand and water
Morvern is a more remote peninsula on the west coast of Scotland with stunning scenery
Loch Moidart is a more remote sea loch with dramatic scenery which flows east into the Atlantic Ocean
The Bay evokes feelings about all those beautiful rocky bays in Scotland
Evening tide comes in and darkness falls over the harbour