Beauly River #Walk #Inverness #Highlands #Scotland #Photo www.henni.photo #Beauly

Post by Paul and Lynn Henni

A Walk Beside The River Beauly, near Inverness, plus an amble along Nairn Beach.

We used the Flowerburn Bed and Breakfast in Nairn, as our base for the Beauly River walk with our hosts. It is on the Walk Highlands website, as the River Beauly and Lovat Bridge circuit walk and is a nice moderate length for some gentle exercise to help justify some nice food and drink later. We also had an amble along the beach at Nairn.

Here are some other walks that we have done from the same base;

A quick note for photographers – if you go to do this walk, you will be near Fffordes Photographic, a place with a good reputation. We didn’t have time to visit when we were there, so can’t describe it more than that (yet).

And so to the images. Firstly, a mix of natural and man-made with this pylon part of the transmission network from the hydro-electric plant nearby.

Power Transmission, Beauly. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Power Transmission, Beauly. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.

And here’s Beaufort Castle, on the River Beauly, emerging from the trees. Former home of Lord Lovat of WW2 Commando fame.

Beaufort Castle, River Beauly. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Beaufort Castle, River Beauly. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Beaufort Castle, Beauly. Photo by and copyright of Lynn Henni
Beaufort Castle, Beauly. Photo by and copyright of Lynn Henni

We were on the part of the walk beside the river as the sun broke through to highlight the trees on the bank opposite.

A Walk With Friends. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
A Walk With Friends. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Beside The River Beauly. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Beside The River Beauly. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
The Survivor. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
The Survivor. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
A Dash of Sunlight. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
A Dash of Sunlight. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Bereft. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Bereft. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Old Fishing Hut, Beauly River. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Old Fishing Hut, Beauly River. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.

Some local ‘wildlife’ keeping an eye on us from a safe distance.

On Guard. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
On Guard. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Last Of The Winter Sun, Beauly (Square Crop). Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Last Of The Winter Sun, Beauly (Square Crop). Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Bucolic Stroll. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Bucolic Stroll. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Walking Through The Tall Shrubs. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Walking Through The Tall Shrubs. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Greens And Browns. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Greens And Browns. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.

And then back at Flowerburn B&B for a wee rest.

Mystery Dog. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Mystery Dog. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.

Before a trip out onto Nairn Beach for some more exercise.

Nairn Beach. Photo by and copyright of LynnHenni.
Nairn Beach. Photo by and copyright of LynnHenni.
The Man on the Beach. Photo by and copyright of LynnHenni.
The Man on the Beach. Photo by and copyright of LynnHenni.
Crow On The Beach, Nairn. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Crow On The Beach, Nairn. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Wet Rocks, Nairn. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Wet Rocks, Nairn. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Incoming Geese, Nairn. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Incoming Geese, Nairn. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Landing Geese, Nairn (Close Crop). Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Landing Geese, Nairn (Close Crop). Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Wet Dog, Nairn. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Wet Dog, Nairn. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Towards The Shelter, Nairn. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Towards The Shelter, Nairn. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.

 

 

 

Author: knicksen

henni.photo brings together Lynn Henni who has studied photography and film-making and Paul Henni who has a background as a freelance designer and sculptor. Their interest in urban imagery combined with a lifetime of living in and exploring their home city of Edinburgh brings a unique perspective to this beautiful and multi-faceted place. Sometimes gritty, often unexpected, their images present an insider’s perspective on the city.

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