A book that reveals the beauty of the Black Isle has been named Favourite Scottish Nature Photography Book 2012 in an online public vote organised by the Scottish Nature Photography Awards. Eilean Dubh polled ahead of stiff competition in a shortlist of eight books that each highlights different aspects of Scottish nature and landscape with stunning photography.
Eilean Dubh features the combined work of photographers Andrew Dowsett, James A Moore and Russell Turner, all of whom live on the Black Isle. It beautifully portrays the landscape and character of this part of the highlands along with its wildlife, including the world-famous dolphins at Chanonry Point.
The book is available locally at the Cromarty Post Office and The Emporium.