Loved your website, Malcolm. And your collection of images - breathtaking!
I have had a really enjoyable time viewing all your photos. I enjoyed particularly your Caddam Wood photos - they prove you don't have to go far to get something out of the ordinary.
Finally got round to checking out your website and I'm glad I did. Love the way you use figures in the landscape and your creative pf is stunning.
blast from the past!
just dipped in to some of your photographs, Malcolm - wonderful. I noticed one or two of lochs and fishermen - are you still a fly fisherman?
Hi Malcolm, just came across your work and I really love it. Your photos are amazing..really inspirational.
Superb images. I have some catching up to do if I am to join the ranks of the DPS.
After spotting one of your shots on the Ephotozine Gallery today I've just vistied your website. Superb site and with some fantastic images! Inspirational!
Like Father, like Son - very artistic photographer.
Hey there, after looking through your work on ephotozine and then looking over your website i see that the landscapes that you capture are awesome.
Hi Malcolm, your photos are incredible,
fantastic web site.
Cathlene (Gardiner/Cullen) now living in Florida
Just discovered your website which is absolutely superb.
Your address please
Your photographs are brilliant!!Can you e-mail your address to us please? Very best wishes. Ashley
Prof. N. Ashley G. Mowat
Your site is superb.
I've added a link on the DPS Website.
Had a look at your web site after we spoke.
Looks great. Congratulations.
I have just discovered this web site of yours - a fisherman, photographer and web site owner - very impressive.
brill. scottish pic gems,loved the sheep.
Hi Malcolm - the site is brilliant. These pics would be wonderful on devotional DVDs
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Glad you gave me your website address. I have much enjoyed looking through your photos and recognising some of the views.
Hi Malcolm. Your website galleries and photos on Ephotozine are a true inspiration, Thanks for sharing the pleasure of viewing them
Barry John Ellicock