Hannah Morris, photographer, specialising in weddings, trash the dress shoots and fun family portraits, based on the Isle of Mull via Oban
The island of Mull.
Just after Easter every year, we have lambs, hundreds if them. They walk down the road with their mothers, running and springing, looking very cute.
There are hundreds of Red Deer here and they stay on the high ground during the Summer, but once the colder weather is here, they come down to the roads to find more food. You have to be very careful driving at night in the Winter, deer do not have much road sense. The sound of the rut in October is so eerie. They shed their antlers in the Winter and kindly leave them on our lawn for us to pick up.
We rarely get deep snow here and it does not settle for long, this image of my car covered in snow is unusual.
A trip to Iona is a treat and on a sunny day, Iona Abbey is a photographers paradise.
We have nearly 300 different species of birds on the island including the Golden Eagle and the Sea Eagle.
In bygone days, all boats were made of wood, either carval or clinker in construction, and around Mull there are many such old boats, living out their dotage as photographic delights, or being given a new lease of life as the roof to an out building.
I sometimes get the opportunity to view the island from the air and I always take my camera, the picture on this page is of the stunning beach of Calgary, voted as one of the worlds top ten beaches in a recent acticle in the Sunday Times.
The Victorian houses in Tobermory have some unique and interesting features, nearly always garnished with a seagull or two.
We are not short of sunsets here, stunning, misty ones with delicate colours or fiery red affairs that give way to the Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights.
The animals on Mull vastly outnumber the human population and that is the way I like it, everywhere you go you can see some little (or very big) creature going about its daily business, often without fear of the idiot poking a lens in its face.
The Giants Causway in Northern Ireland runs across the sea area of Malin and lands up in Iona. The huge basalt columns are amazing and form the enormous Fingal's cave which attracts so many visitors from all over the world.
Messing about in boats is a favourite hobby of lots of islanders and a few of them make a reasonable living ferry tourists around, taking them on fishing trips or whale watching excursions.
There is a prize winning gaelic choir on Mull and I often get the job of photographing them with the trophys they have won from the mod competitions.