Travel Prints

Hang the world on your walls! Travel prints now available to buy

Happy (belated!) New Year travellers! This Christmas and New Year has flown by, and I’m happy to say that (despite some slightly soggy Christmas Day weather!) my first Aussie holiday was awesome! After taking a little time off, I’m back to work and focusing on the blog…and very happy to announce that you can now buy travel prints of my photography from around the world online for the first time!

Under the Pier Travel Photography

Selling photography from my travels is something that I’ve wanted to do for a long time…but I kept putting it off. There have been a couple of reasons for this, but the main one was being unsure that anyone would actually want to buy them! After a few people asking if they could buy prints or digital downloads of my photos, I finally decided to just go for it!

Photography is something that I’ve always loved, and during my time as a journalist at a small newspaper group in Glasgow, I not only reported on events but also covered them as a photo-journalist. When I started travelling, it was a natural progression to travel photography, and over the past few years I’ve worked hard to improve my self-taught photography skills (although I am very much still learning!)

Out shooting with my Nikon on Ben A’an, The Trossachs, Scotland (Image: K McNicol)

For now, my photography is available to buy via Redbubble, but soon I’ll be launching a new online store right here on the blog. Redbubble can deliver anywhere in the world and there are lots of different options for purchasing my photography – from framed travel prints to canvas, phone cases, stationary and more. At the moment, I have a selection of photography from Scotland, Italy, Australia and the Channel Islands, but I’ll be adding more locations over the next few weeks.



get in touch!

If there is anything you would like to know, or if there is a particular photo from the blog or from Instagram that you want to buy, feel free to leave a comment or email  I’m also happy to take direct orders for framed prints via email and can discuss size, price and delivery.

Travel Prints by Fiona McNicol of A Travellin Tale

Any thoughts?