Derek Fogg | Scottish Borders including Dumfries and Galloway

Dumfries and Galloway – one of Scotland’s best kept secrets is also known as the "Scottish Riviera" and contains a wide range of different landscapes. The coastline stretches from the tidal flats of the Solway Firth in the east, flats on a scale not found elsewhere in Scotland, to the sea cliffs of the Mull of Galloway, Scotland’s most southerly point, from where you can look across to Ireland and the Isle of Man.
Covering about eighteen hundred square miles, the Scottish Borders stretches from the rolling hills and moorland in the west, through gentler valleys to the rich agricultural plains of the east, and on to the rocky Berwickshire coastline with its secluded coves and picturesque fishing villages.
Garlieston BayPowillimount BeachArbigland ShoreSweetheart AbbeySoutherness PointRockcliffe RainbowSolway SunsetHorse Isles BayWhite PortAuchencairn BayHestan IslandBrighouse BayLoch TroolMonreith BayLuce BayMull of GallowayBoddon's IslandEildon Mid HillEildon Hill NorthEildon Mid Hill and Little Hill