I have always had a real connection with Scotland's coastline and lighthouses play a big part in the coasts history and heritage. These manmade structures have always filled me with wonder. To me they are like a beacon of hope, flashing over the sea during the darkest hours of day. Often situated in remote and wild locations, the feelings experience when visiting these structures can be very captivating and rewarding. As a photographer, these locations can really allow me to face the elements and experience the coastline at it's best and worst. The idea of visiting all of Scotland's lighthouses and capturing them in all weathers and moods fills me with much excitement. These places have many stories to tell and photography is a great way to understand their importance and relive their past. 

To see the lighthouses visited and images captured so far, head over to my lighthouse gallery below: 

My love for Scotland's lighthouses stems back to my childhood and I am now on a mission to visit and photograph every lighthouse in the country. 

As many of Scotland's lighthouses are in remote locations, I have set up a donations page for anyone who may wish to support my mission. Simply buy me a £3 coffee on Ko-fi and all money raised will go directly into making this mission a reality:

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