Heartland Arts

Heartland Arts

Self-employed photographer and digital artist. Main portfolio subjects: Scottish history and heritage; and dark, gothic fantasy art and design.
United Kingdom
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The Forth Rail Bridge is a cantilever railway bridge opened in 1890 that crosses the Firth of Forth between Edinburgh and Fife in Scotland. It is the second largest bridge of its kind in the world.
Celtic Raven Spell with a sinister raven head materialising within a circular emblem of elaborate Celtic, pagan and runic symbols.
Black Magic Ritual montage with two hooded figures and a demonic ram skull encrcled within a fiery pentagram of mysterious occult symbols suggesting a black mass or magic ritual.
Crow Magic with a sinister crow head materialising within an elaborate circular emblem of mysterious and arcane occult symbolism.
Demon Crow with a sinister crow head materialising within an elaborate circular emblem of mysterious and arcane occult symbolism.
Adam Smith (1723-90) Monument on the Royal Mile, Edinburgh, Scotland. The Enlightenment philosopher's book, Wealth of Nations, is considered a pioneering guide to economics and free market enterprise.
Haunted Autumn design with ghostly female face materialising within an antique clock dial against an ethereal background of rippling water and leaves.
Abandoned, derelict croft in a bleak, misty moorland landscape captured using long exposure, bokeh and other effects with some areas blurred to create a surreal and dreamlike effect.
Abandoned boat wreck on a bleak, rocky shore captured using long exposure, bokeh and other effects with some areas blurred to create a surreal and dreamlike effect.
Wallace Monument, Stirling, Scotland situated atop Abbey Craig from where William Wallace led his people's army to victory at Stirling Bridge in 1297.
Dead tree in a bleak, lonely, windswept landscape captured using long exposure, bokeh and other effects with some areas blurred to create a surreal and dreamlike effect
Lone tree in a bleak, misty landscape captured using long exposure, bokeh and other effects with some areas blurred to create a surreal and dreamlike effect.
The National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh is a modern red sandstone building opened in 1997 and dedicated to preserving and displaying the relics that tell the story of the Scottish past.
Abandoned Tractor Wreck by an empty road in a bleak moorland landscape captured using long exposure, bokeh and other effects with some areas blurred to create a surreal and dreamlike effect.
Changing Seasons with a single human eye surrounded by an antique clock face against a background of wind-blown summer and autumn leaves.
Derelict Mansion House Ruin in a snow-covered landscape against a blizzard filled sky background captured using long exposure, bokeh and other effects with some areas blurred to create a surreal and d
Derelict Farmhouse Ruin in a bleak, misty, frost-covered moorland landscape captured using long exposure, bokeh and other effects with some areas blurred to create a surreal and dreamlike effect.
Derelict Stone Causeway in a misty seascape captured using long exposure, bokeh and other effects with some areas blurred to create a surreal and dreamlike effect.
Ghostly Hooded Figure materialising within an ancient arched medieval doorway.
Evil Eye surrounded by a mysterious burning occult symbol against a background of arcane alchemical script and esoteric motifs.
Pagan Eye surrounded by a mysterious arcane symbol and ancient Celtic animal carvings against a background of archaic runic script.
Sinister Hooded Figure materialising within a mysterious burning occult symbol.
Time Vortex with an antique clock face surrounded by four floating eyes against a grunge background of distorted clocks, dials, cogwheels and mechanical parts.
Demon Ritual with a satanic goat-horned ram skull materialising within an elaborate circular emblem of mysterious and arcane occult symbolism.
Castle Stalker, Appin, Argyll, Scotland is a fine medieval tower-house on a tidal islet on Loch Laich. Founded in 1440 the castle has been associated with the Clans MacDougall, Stewart and Campbell.
The Forth Rail Bridge is a cantilever railway bridge opened in 1890 that crosses the Firth of Forth between Edinburgh and Fife in Scotland. It is the second largest bridge of its kind in the world.
Demon Trap with satanic goat horned devil materialising at the centre of a fiery occult symbol.
 Kisimul Castle on Barra in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland is a formidable fortress founded in 1039 as a power centre of the MacNeil Clan and situated on an islet facing the village of Castlebay.
Braemar Castle, Aberdeenshire, Scotland is a former hunting lodge built in 1628 by the Earl of Mar and with historic connections to the Jacobite risings, and Queen Victoria.
Crow Spirit design with head, skulls, black wings and bird flock in flight emerging from a dark, sinister atmospheric background.
Winter trees in a frozen, misty landscape captured using long exposure, bokeh and other effects with some areas blurred to create a surreal and dreamlike effect.
Duffus Castle, Elgin, Moray, Scotland is a ruined stone built motte and bailey fortress first constructed in the 12th century and finally abandoned in 1705.
Celtic Crow Circle with two sinister crow heads materialising within a circular emblem of elaborate Celtic, pagan and runic symbols.
Stone circle ritual with two hooded figures materialising above an ancient megalithic monument against a dark, atmospheric stormy sky.
Pagan Dark Magic design with a sinister skull materialising within a magic circle of elaborate pagan and runic symbols.
Black mass montage of occult goat skull overlaid with a Satanic pentagram materialising against a grunge texture background of alchemy symbols.
Voodoo Child with sinister doll-like figure materialising against a dark shadowy background surrounded by mysterious occult symbolism.
Sweetheart Abbey, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland is a ruined Cistercian monastery founded in 1273 by Lady Dervorgilla in memory of her husband John Balliol.
Pagan Stag Ceremony with two deer skulls enclosed within a magic circle of mysterious pagan and runic symbols.
The Forth Rail Bridge is a cantilever railway bridge opened in 1890 that crosses the Firth of Forth between Edinburgh and Fife in Scotland. It is the second largest bridge of its kind in the world.
Auchindoun Castle, Dufftown, Moray, Scotland is a ruined 15th century tower fortress with historic connections to the Ogilvy and Gordon Clans, and the Jacobite Risings.
Inverness, Highlands, Scotland with spring daffodils and the River Ness in the foreground and the castle in the background.
Pagan White Magic design with a mysterious female sorceress materialising within a magic circle of elaborate pagan and runic symbols.
A pair of staring eyes emerging from a dark background.
Glenfinnan Viaduct, Lochaber, Highlands, Scotland with the Jacobite steam train passing over. Completed in 1901 as part of the West Highland Line it is the longest concrete railway bridge in Scotland.
Science and Superstition montage with eye encircled by digital binary number sequences and zodiac star signs against a galactic background denoting conflict between scientific and superstitious belief
Death Spirit design with human skull enclosed within a corroded ring of mysterious carved runic symbols against a background of an ancient megalithic stone circle monument.
Auchindoun Castle, Dufftown, Moray, Scotland is a ruined 15th century tower fortress with historic connections to the Ogilvy and Gordon Clans, and the Jacobite Risings.
Sunken boat remains protrude from the sand in a dark, lonely, moonlit seascape captured using long exposure, bokeh and other effects with some areas blurred to create a surreal and dreamlike effect.
Ghostly female face appearing in misty haunted forest rendered in atmospheric sepia tones.
Deserted old wooden footbridge in a lonely, misty landscape captured using long exposure, bokeh and other effects with some areas blurred to create a surreal and dreamlike effect.
Doune Castle near Stirling, Scotland is a medieval courtyard fortress built around 1400 by Robert Stewart, Duke of Albany, the Scottish Regent.
Haunting child-like face emerging from shadow background surrounded by clock-face numerals, chess pieces, autumn leaves, jigsaw fragments, clockwork suggesting childhood, memory, time passing.
Celtic Crow Prophecy with a sinister crow head materialising within a circular emblem of elaborate Celtic, pagan and runic symbols.
Pagan Sorceress with robed and hooded female figure enclosed within a magic circle of mysterious pagan and runic symbols.
Empty bench in a wild, lonely, windswept landscape captured using long exposure, bokeh and other effects with some areas blurred to create a surreal and dreamlike effect.
Kisimul Castle on Barra in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland is a formidable fortress founded in 1039 as a power centre of the MacNeil Clan and situated on an islet facing the village of Castlebay.
Duffus Castle, Elgin, Moray, Scotland is a ruined stone built motte and bailey fortress first constructed in the 12th century and finally abandoned in 1705.
Edinburgh City and Castle, Scotland, viewed from Calton Hill on a beautiful summer morning with the Dugald Stewart monument in the foreground, Scott monument and Balmoral clock tower in background.
Braemar Castle, Aberdeenshire, Scotland is a former hunting lodge built in 1628 by the Earl of Mar and with historic connections to the Jacobite risings, and Queen Victoria.
Derelict farm cottage in a vast, dusty, windswept cornfield captured using long exposure, bokeh and other effects with some areas blurred to create a surreal and dreamlike effect.
Tantallon Castle in East Lothian, Scotland is a semi-ruined cliff-top fortress dating to the mid-14th century and with historic connections to the Douglas Dynasty, Mary Queen of Scots and Cromwell.
Screaming goat-horned devil against a background of mysterious alchemy symbols.
The Forth Rail Bridge is a cantilever railway bridge opened in 1890 that crosses the Firth of Forth between Edinburgh and Fife in Scotland. It is the second largest bridge of its kind in the world.
Demonic occult goat skull materialising in misty atmospheric haunted forest.
Edinburgh castle dusted with snow glows in the late afternoon winter sunset.
Memento Mori montage with female profile facing skull across an antique clock against a background of weathered Latin script and autumn leaves denoting transience of life, time passing, mortality etc
Castle Stalker, Appin, Argyll, Scotland is a fine medieval tower-house on a tidal islet on Loch Laich. Founded in 1440 the castle has been associated with the Clans MacDougall, Stewart and Campbell.
Auchindoun Castle, Dufftown, Moray, Scotland is a ruined 15th century tower fortress with historic connections to the Ogilvy and Gordon Clans, and the Jacobite Risings.
Braemar Castle, Aberdeenshire, Scotland is a former hunting lodge built in 1628 by the Earl of Mar and with historic connections to the Jacobite risings, and Queen Victoria.
The Nether Largie Standing Stones, Kilmartin Glen, Argyll, Scotland are a group of ancient menhirs, some with carved markings. This is one of the most important sites of ancient monuments in Europe.
Demonic occult figure with goat horns grasping a book to its chest and gazing upwards in a seemingly trance-like state. Digital art created from ancient Scottish graveyard sculptures.
Raptor Spirit with the head of a screaming raptor bird materialising in front of a wing span background above two bird skulls.
Jesus Christ and Satan the Devil against a background of gospel texts and mysterious alchemy symbols.
Angelic female face transforming into a sinister occult goat-horned figure against a background of mysterious alchemy symbols.
Ardvreck Castle on the shores of Loch Assynt, Sutherland, Highlands of Scotland is a ruined tower house built in 1590 by the Macleod Clan with historic connections to the Marquis of Montrose.
Edinburgh City and Castle, Scotland, captured from Calton Hill on a bright winter day with the Dugald Stewart monument in the foreground, the Scott monument and Balmoral clock tower in the background.
The Falkirk Wheel, a rotating boat lift linking the Forth and Clyde Canals with the Union Canal in Central Scotland. Opened in 2002, this engineering landmark is the only one of its kind in the world.
Creationism against background of Genesis text printed on matched jigsaw pieces with Evolution against background of human genome sequence printed on mismatched jigsaw pieces.
Industrial Death Machine with skull materialising against a grunge texture background of rusty industrial dials, gears and cogwheels.
The Nether Largie Standing Stones, Kilmartin Glen, Argyll, Scotland are a group of ancient menhirs, some with carved markings. This is one of the most important sites of ancient monuments in Europe.
Dying Planet with death head skull materialising against a stormy polluted sky background above a bleak dead tree landscape.
Pagan ritual graphic with hands upholding two stag skulls against a forest background overlaid with a pentagram.
Iona Abbey on the Isle of Iona in the Inner Hebrides on the West Coast of Scotland. Founded by Columba in 563AD this is one of the most important religious and historic sites in Scotland.
Glasgow University, Kelvingrove, Scotland, bathed in the warm glow of a late afternoon autumn sunset.
Crathes Castle near Banchory, Aberdeenshire, Scotland is a well-preserved 16th century tower house built by the Burnett family on land originally gifted to them by King Robert Bruce in 1323.
Tantallon Castle in East Lothian, Scotland is a semi-ruined cliff-top fortress dating to the mid-14th century and with historic connections to the Douglas Dynasty, Mary Queen of Scots and Cromwell.
Stirling Castle, Stirling-shire, Scotland dates to the early 12th century, was a favorite residence of Scotland's Stuart monarchs, and is one of the nation's most historically important heritage sites
Rows of sinister eyes emerging from a dark background.
Hermitage Castle, Liddesdale Valley, County Roxburghshire, in the Scottish Borders is a ruined stronghold built by the Douglas family around 1360 and with historic connections to Mary Queen of Scots.
Angelic female figure materialising in an atmospheric misty winter forest rendered in cool blue tones.
Hand holding a key alongside second hand holding a jigsaw piece with keyhole in centre against a grunge background of layered jigsaw pieces denoting mystery, secrecy, security, problem, solution, etc.
St Magnus Church on the Island of Egilsay, Orkney, Scotland is a partially ruined 12th century Norse structure with a unique round bell tower built near the spot where St Magnus was martyred in 1116.
Glasgow University, Kelvingrove, Scotland, bathed in the warm glow of a late afternoon autumn sunset.
Abandoned, derelict farmhouse in a dusty, windblown landscape captured using long exposure, bokeh and other effects with some areas blurred to create a surreal and dreamlike effect.
The Nether Largie Standing Stones, Kilmartin Glen, Argyll, Scotland are a group of ancient menhirs, some with carved markings. This is one of the most important sites of ancient monuments in Europe.
Nether Largie South Cairn, Kilmartin Glen, Argyll, Scotland is a Neolithic chamber cairn with an open stone tomb dating from over 5000 years ago.
Birth, Life, Death montage with doll face, young girl and skull surrounded by clocks emerging from surreal background of birds, leaves, chess pieces, clockwork suggesting time, memory, life passing.
Duffus Castle, Elgin, Moray, Scotland is a ruined stone built motte and bailey fortress first constructed in the 12th century and finally abandoned in 1705.
Duffus Castle, Elgin, Moray, Scotland is a ruined stone built motte and bailey fortress first constructed in the 12th century and finally abandoned in 1705.
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