A selection of some of our favourite still images from the SCOTLAND: The Big Picture project.
Birds of Prey
8 May 2017 02:38 pm
Coasts and Marine Life
3 Oct 2018 01:51 pm
The seas around Scotland are very rich in marine life and are home to large populations of seals and seabirds. SCOTLAND: The Big Picture is working towards a stronger network of Marine Protected Areas.
3 Oct 2018 01:39 pm
SCOTLAND: The Big Picture supports an expanding network of wild forests supporting improved biodiversity, soil quality, water absorption and climate regulation. The ancient Caledonian pine forests of the Highlands are a unique wildlife habitat.
20 Apr 2017 12:00 am
SCOTLAND: The Big Picture is a small team of photographers and film-makers working in Scotland to produce high-impact visual communications, which fuse ecological science with inspiring storytelling. The project aims to make the case for a wilder Scotland, with a specific focus on the restoration of native woodland and natural processes. Nature Picture Library is proud to be exclusive photo agency for the project.
In Pursuit of the Red Squirrel
20 Jul 2017 12:00 am
Cairngorms photographer Neil McIntyre has dedicated 20 years to following the lives of his local red squirrels. His images - the result~of countless hours of watching and waiting - shine a light on one of Britain’s most celebrated mammals. But perhaps more importantly, they help to make the case for a wilder Scotland.
~SCOTLAND: The Big Picture is a team of media professionals – photographers, filmmakers, writers and designers - committed to creating media that articulate and amplify the case for a wilder Scotland. Nature Picture Library & SCOTLAND: The Big Picture will be creating a series of high-impact visual communications that fuse ecological science with inspiring storytelling. Our stories will showcase Scotland’s outstanding natural assets, whilst documenting its journey towards ecological restoration.
~Download our full story PDF, including text, here.
8 May 2017 02:32 pm
8 May 2017 12:00 am
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