Lus­cious lo­ca­tions put in the spot­light by snap­per

Airdrie & Coatbridge Advertiser - - News -

Tal­ented Air­drie am­a­teur pho­tog­ra­pher Cur­tis Shorter treated the Ad­ver­tiser to a vi­brantly vis­ual start to 2019 with these eye-catch­ing snaps.

Cur­tis, 26, has been trav­el­ling the length and breadth of the coun­try dur­ing the last few months with his trusty cam­era in tow.

His trips took in lus­cious lo­ca­tions in­clud­ing Pee­bles, In­ver­aray, Dundee and Falkirk; and he was also able to cap­ture a strik­ing im­age close to his Air­drie home when two mag­pies flew onto a nearby tree.

He said: “It’s so much fun get­ting out there and cap­tur­ing pho­tos that show the di­verse scenery and lo­ca­tions through­out Scot­land, which is a beau­ti­ful coun­try that de­serves to be in the spot­light.”

Mon­k­lands pho­tog­ra­phers keen to see their pic­tures fea­tured in the Ad­ver­tiser can email the im­ages, along with your name, where you are from and in­for­ma­tion about the pho­tos’ con­tent, to [email protected]­plc. com.

Spe­cial vis­i­tors Two mag­pies took a break from fly­ing around on a branch of this tree near Cur­tis’ Air­drie home

Sen­sa­tional scenery Peace­ful tran­quil­ity was in the air when this view of the seafront in Dundee was cap­tured

White clouds The sun was shin­ing over the blue skies of In­ver­aray

Tow­er­ing sight A church spire in the Scot­tish Bor­ders town of Pee­bles

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