Mountain Images - The Mountain and Landscape Photography of Ian Evans
The Mountain and Landscape Photography of Ian Evans

Mountain Landscape Prints of The Scottish Highlands, The Lake District, Snowdonia, Everest & The Himalayas

High quality framed prints produced individually for every customer : Prices from £95 to £145

On Location - The Latest Images

A really outstanding image is often the consequence of good luck - simply being in the right place at the right time. But from my experience it is more likely to be the product of a thorough knowledge of one's chosen subject, detailed planning, and careful execution of that plan on the day.

Ian Evans on location on the shore of Loch Duich at Ratagan

That is how I have obtained most of my material over many years, and so whenever I see an image I like by another photographer I am always interested to know the details of where, when and, above all, how was it taken.

The modern digital camera is a very complex piece of equipment yet such is the simplicity of the design of the controls and software that even someone new to photography with very little experience can capture a great image given the opportunity. However, once someone has a good working knowledge of the camera itself and a wider understanding of photography, so much more is achievable.

For the benefit of the many people who visit my site and who would like to know more about my photography I shall reveal the background behind the images that I am taking. I will explain my 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.

Below : The Five Sisters of Kintail Winter Panorama, December


I capture much of my material between the months of September through to May, often at dawn or dusk, when the colours and light in the landscape are usually at their best. Summer has its own magical moments but I have always felt that the opportunities for inspirational photography are disadvantaged by the length of the daylight hours and the predominance of the colour green in the landscape!

I have always enjoyed visiting Snowdonia in the Spring when the first shoots of new growth appear earlier than the rest of the country.

Below : The Snowdon Horshoe in early April

However, nowhere can compare with the Scottish Highlands in autumn when the palette of colours can be absolutely stunning.

Below : The Buachaille Etive Mor from the River Coupall in October

Winter is probably the most rewarding of seasons. A fresh covering of snow will always add drama to the mountain landscape and provides the perfect canvas for the beautiful array of warm tones that accompany sunrise and sunset.

Below : Dawn Over Rannoch Moor and The Blackmount, Early February Dawn Over Rannoch Moor and The Blackmount

See more at : "On Location - The Latest Images"

Mountain Images on Show in Invermoriston

Mountain Images on Show in Invermoriston

The Glen Rowan Cafe and Coffee Shop in the Highland village of Invermoriston now kindly hosts a fine selection of prints of local mountains and lochs by Mountain Images' photographer Ian Evans.

Included in the selection of images on display are 'Spring Snow On The Saddle', 'Eilean Donan Castle, 'The Five Sisters of Kintail from The Mam Ratagan', 'Skye Cuillin Reflection', 'Glen Garry', 'Invermoriston Bridge', and 'Loch Loyne in Winter'. Unframed prints are available on site from £25.

If you're in and around Invermoriston and Loch Ness, or are planning a holiday or day out in that direction or if you're making you're way to Skye, why not pop in and enjoy their excellent coffee and sample some of their delicious cakes from a wonderful selection of home baking. And you can browse Ian's pictures at the same time !

Also on view are a selection of original watercolour and oil paintings along with a range of cards and prints from local artist Sandra Hugill.

The Glen Rowan Cafe and Coffee Shop is on the A887 Skye Road just 50 yards west from the centre of Invermoriston and is open 7-days a week from 10am to 5pm.

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Glen Garry - A Print of The Scottish Highlands

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 framed 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"


Aspect Ratio
Image Size*
Framed Print Size **
Standard Panoramic
615 mm x 205 mm
(24" x 8" approx)
765 mm x 355mm
(30" x 14" approx)
from £ 95
Large Panoramic
750 mm x 250 mm
(30" x 10" approx)
965mm x 456mm
(38" x 18" approx)
from £ 115
Tall Panoramic
500 mm x 250 mm
(20" x 10" approx)
700 mm x 456 mm
(28" x 18" approx)
from £ 95
450 mm x 300 mm
(18" x 12" approx)
650 mm x 470 mm
(25" x 19" approx)
from £ 95

* Image Size refers to the precise size of the printed image
** Framed Print Size refers to the overall external dimensions of the finished framed print complete with mount. This will vary depending upon the moulding selected and is approximate; in the sample given here it is assumed that the moulding used was 25mm or 1 inch wide.

Prints are signed by the photographer, Ian Evans
The subject title is displayed discretely and directly beneath the image.

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