Dennis Hardley was born in blitz-sieged Liverpool in 1940, where he spent his teenage years doing odd jobs for The Beatles before becoming a Concorde engineer. Dennis first became a photographer as an RAF civilian in 1972, supplying pictures to The Scots Magazine. In 1973, he moved to Scotland with his family and established himself as a professional photographer. He has since driven over a million miles in his pursuit of photographing the Scottish landscape.
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