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Jeremy Lavender Fine Art Photography - Clackmannanshire, Scotland
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The Photographic Journey of a Traveller, Life's Observer and Dreamer... 

I have over 30 years of experience in photography and my subjects range from landscapes, wildlife, architectural and historical places to street life. 

Feel free to visit my website at JeremyLavender.Photography 

Posters, Greeting Cards & Postcards, Photographic Prints, Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Mounted Prints and Matted Prints can be purchased at our online store (Worldwide shipping) 

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“To me, photography is an art of observation. It’s about finding something interesting in an ordinary place… I’ve found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them.” ~ Elliott Erwitt
 
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On the road and enjoying the scenery in the Scottish borders area Copyright 2016 Jeremy Lavender Photography
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Looking at Scotland from the Scottish borders Copyright 2016 Jeremy Lavender Photography
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Lovely countryside scenery in Central Scotland with the Ochil Hills in the background. Copyright 2016 Jeremy Lavender Photography
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A house with privacy in Central Scotland. On the background you can see the Wallace Tower on the left and the Ochil Hills. Copyright 2016 Jeremy Lavender Photography
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Throsk was formerly the site of the Royal Navys Bandeath armaments depot. This closed in 1978 and now serves as an industrial estate owned by the local council. Many of the original munitions storage bunkers remain in situ as does a loading crane beside the River Forth. Copyright 2016 Jeremy Lavender Photography
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Yummy Blackberries Copyright 2016 Jeremy Lavender Photography
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This is the end of the UK mainland in Northern Scotland. You’ll need a plane or a boat to go further visiting the Scottish islands. The most distant ones to be the Shetland Islands which lie some 110 miles North-East of the mainland. Copyright 2016 Jeremy Lavender Photography
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Throsk was formerly the site of the Royal Navys Bandeath armaments depot. This closed in 1978 and now serves as an industrial estate owned by the local council. Many of the original munitions storage bunkers remain in situ as does a loading crane beside the River Forth. Copyright 2016 Jeremy Lavender Photography
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The Thistle Couple Copyright 2016 by Jeremy Lavender Photography
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Throsk was formerly the site of the Royal Navys Bandeath armaments depot. This closed in 1978 and now serves as an industrial estate owned by the local council. Many of the original munitions storage bunkers remain in situ as does a loading crane beside the River Forth. Copyright 2016 Jeremy Lavender Photography
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A Pond in Central Scotland Copyright 2016 Jeremy Lavender Photography
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