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Hi, I'm Tim Trott. I'm a creative photographer, traveller, astronomer and software engineer with a passion for self-growth and a desire for personal challenge.

This is my website, a place for me to share my experiences, knowledge and photography. I love to help people by writing articles and tutorials about my hobbies that I'm most passionate about. I hope you enjoy reading my articles as much as I enjoy writing them.


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Updated on Sunday 12th August 2018

The European Triathlon Championships are coming to Scotland for the first time as part of Glasgow 2018. Strathclyde Country Park will welcome some of the top male and female Triathletes in Europe for three days of action-packed sporting competition. Defending champion Jessica Learmonth will be making her bid for gold, alongside GB team members Beth Potter, Sophie Coldwell and India Lee in the women’s elite event and Marc Austin, Alistair Brownlee, Barclay Izzard and Grant Sheldon in the men’s.

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Updated on Tuesday 12th June 2018

My collection of photographs taken in Glasgow, ranging from architecture, to street art, views over the city and the Necropolis.

Bonn & Cologne 2018
Churches & Abbeys
By on Wednesday 25th April 2018

The city of Gilneas once lived in uneasy peace with the sprawling, ancient forest that looms beyond its walls. Though the wilderness was grim and forbidding, the citizens of Gilneas-being no ordinary folks-roved and hunted there without fear. That was before a darkness began to fester in the heart of the forest...

Updated on Thursday 12th April 2018

Wild bird photography by Tim Trott. Photographing birds in the wild can be a bit tricky, but with patience and lots of trial and error here is a collection of my photos of wild birds.

Updated on Sunday 1st April 2018

Croome House is a mid 18th-century Neo-Palladian mansion surrounded by an extensive landscaped parkland near Pershore in south Worcestershire. The Mansion and Park were designed by Lancelot "Capability" Brown with some of the internal rooms designed by Robert Adam. The park and garden are owned by the National Trust. The mansion house, Croome Court, was purchased by the Croome Heritage Trust and is currently leased to the National Trust.

Updated on Sunday 25th March 2018

Photos from my trip to the Scottish Highlands, Fort William, Fort Augustus, Loch Ness and the Cairngorns national park.