A look at the landscape and wildlife in Scotland through the eyes of Andrew O'Donnell.
Childcare is expensive so Andrew and his son go out together to make films!
Sea breeze in yer hair, sand in yer bits.
Andrew reminisces about the first time he went to Glen Nevis as a chil
The sun is out in Loch Lomond, and no one loves the sun more than the adder.
Often referred to as Scotland's quirkiest castle
If you like auld places &Scottish history, you could do far worse than a trip to Stirling.
A few miles off of Scotland's southwest coast, stands a medieval fortress!
Bracklinn Falls near Callandar is a natural work of art!
Prepare to be mesmerised...
If you could be any animal which one would you choose?
Be careful if you visit!
Not too far North of Glasgow lies a hidden gorge commonly known as The Devil's Pulpit.
Scotland is host to more than it's fair share of myths and legends...
Sometimes you have to make the best of a bad situation...
Andrew has a guess at the story behind this Scottish waterfall's grim name...
The Lost Valley lies between two of The Three Sisters in Glen Coe in Scotland.
A magical area full of mossy woodlands and waterfalls.
There's nothing better than waking up in the morning and seeing falling snow...
Glen Affric is often called the most beautiful glen in Scotland, which is a bold claim.
Go find your own slice of paradise in Scotland!
Good news beaver lovers!
I wish I had pine martens in my garden.
There's snow sports and mulled wine, Andrew is well and truly looking forward to winter.
Nature photographer & film maker Andrew is at the River Endrick, it's salmon leaping time!
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