The towers for the Queensferry Crossing are now at half height and this atmospheric shot shows just how much progress has been made since the last news entry.
Forth Bridge first sections “launched” This recent view of the “launch ” area at Echline clearly show the first two sections in position. These sections will be gradually pushed out towards the central tower in a remarkable feat of engineering.
Tugs hard at work Whilst out flying on a recent sortie over the Forth I caught this image of one of the bigger tankers to visit the Hound Point Oil Terminal being moved into position by tugs.
Giant wind turbine completed at Methil Samsung Heavy Industries have recently completed the world’s largest offshore wind turbine at Methil. This giant 7mw structure is a remarkable feat of engineering and this photograph shows the final blade being lifted into position .
Autumn’s Rays Whilst flying in Fife recently I captured this atmospheric image before it all too quickly vanished. One of the many joy’s of my work is seeing nature from a different angle .
Work underway on Borders Rail Project The City Bypass diversion at Sherrifhall is clearly shown here and will shortly be in use enabling tunnelling works to be carried for the Borders Rail route
Perthshire Panorama I was recently commissioned to produce a panorama of an estate in Perthshire and waited nearly two months to get the perfect conditions. We finally managed what we thought was the impossible and here it is !
Edinburgh Castle prepares for the Tattoo Taken on a beautiful spring morning this view of Edinburgh Castle shows not only many visitors to Scotland’s No 1 visitor attraction but also work under way to erect the seating and arena for the world famous Edinburgh Military Tattoo
M9 Junction 1A now complete Part of the approach infrastructure to the new Forth Crossing, Junction 1a on the M9 has now been completed and the elegant curve of the interchange is shown here.
Calton Hill View from above Calton Hill showing the National Monument and Nelson Monument with the famous “time ball” on top.