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Rannoch Dawn - A Print of The Scottish Highlands

Welcome to Mountain Images and the photography of Ian Evans

Ian Evans is one of Britain's most accomplished specialist mountain landscape photographers. An active mountaineer for more than 40 years, he is a 'Mountain Man' through and through and his images are taken from that perspective. Ian is also a regular and frequent visitor to the Himalaya where he has accumulated one of the most comprehensive collections of photographs of the great 8000 metre peaks - the very highest mountains in the world. He has an international reputation both as a photographer and as a writer on the mountains of Britain and The Himalaya; his images have appeared in many high profile volumes and his written work includes articles on the mountains of Scotland, Snowdonia and the Lake District, trekking in the Himalaya and Alpine-style climbing in Nepal. Born and educated in Liverpool, he now lives and works from his base in the small village of Invermoriston in the very heart of The Scottish Highlands.
Mountain Images was founded by Ian in 1983 when he published his first mountain print "Ben Nevis in Winter Raiment". Mountain Images were the original producers of specialist mountain prints in the United Kindgom and proudly achieved a long-standing reputation for manufacturing superb exclusive high quality mountain prints. With its creative and imaginative use of light, the image "Ben Nevis in Winter Raiment" set new standards in outdoor photography; it was an instant success and within two years had established Mountain Images as Britain's best known and most highly respected publisher of high quality mountain prints. Print production continues to this day, on a much smaller scale and in digital format, but with the same uncompromising quality.
Ian Evans on Location at Loch Duich
On Location with Ian Evans - The Latest Images

When we see an outstanding image that we really like, how often do we ask ourselves where exactly was it taken, when was it taken and, above all, actually how was it taken? An image frequently means a lot more to us when we have the answers to these questions.

Each and every time that we launch a print of one of his latest images, Ian will reveal the story behind that image; he will explain his reasons for taking the image, the planning that will have gone into choosing and locating the viewpoint and finally the technical details of the image itself and the equipment used to capture it. We've called the feature "On Location - The Latest Images".

All new images will be posted onto Ian's FACEBOOK page the day they are published, so why not visit and 'like' his page and you will be the first to hear about them?

Sunrise and Moonset on Rannoch Moor
Sunrise and Moonset on Rannoch Moor

"At the begining of this month when the weather was cold and stable and there was still plenty of snow on the mountains I was fortunate to be able to spend a couple of days shooting in Glencoe. I returned to many locations I knew very well and from which I had obtained countless images in the past. But no two moments are ever the same and I was rewarded with some lovely new material."

The view of the peaks of The Blackmount from Lochan na h'Achlaise on Rannoch Moor is one which is justifiably popular with photographers and rarely fails to please. Having arrived and set up very early one morning, Ian enjoyed and captured an image of these mountains beautifully set against a background filled with the colours of pre-dawn and the setting full moon.

A signed PRINT of this image is now available through our on-line shop.

Glen Garry - A Print of The Scottish Highlands
Quality Prints and Frames - Fast and Friendly Service
A Personal Guarantee from Ian Evans

"I have been publishing and manufacturing mountain prints since 1983; each and every order receives my personal attention from receipt to despatch, ensuring that every customer enjoys a first class product and a friendly, personal service. All my prints are sold 'exclusively' from this website and are individually prepared and crafted in-house. They are not available from any high street store or other on-line retailer"

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