For Nicholas JR White, Britain’s magnificent landscapes are a constant source of inspiration. For this week’s blog, we’ve selected a few of our favourite prints of some charming Scottish bothies from his ‘black dots’ project. Nicholas spent many weeks camped out in the shelters, intent on telling their stories through his lens.
– STRABEG BOTHY, FROM ‘BLACK DOTS’
– SANDY’S CANOE AT PEANMEANACH, FROM ‘BLACK DOTS’
“The smell of wood smoke in the air, the whistle of the wind creeping through the timbers, and the traces of people that have been there before you: it’s a really interesting environment in which to make photographs.”
– SHENAVALL AND THE GREAT WILDERNESS, FROM ‘BLACK DOTS’
– GLENCOUL BOTHY, FROM ‘BLACK DOTS’
All proceeds from the sale of these prints will go towards funding the continuation of Nicholas J R White’s new work ‘Carpathia’ – an exciting project documenting the formation of a wilderness reserve in Romania’s Carpathian Mountains. The prints, and others, are available to purchase here.
If the stunning landscapes in these photos are calling to you, then please do visit Scotland with us! Experience the beautiful scenery and fresh Highland air whilst learning about the pioneering rewilding project which is restoring the land’s native flora and fauna… And all from the comfort of Alladale Wilderness Reserve’s boutique accommodation – no bothies required!