Our campsite for the night was just to the left of this shot – a truly amazing spot to spend the night. From parking up in the evening until leaving early next morning for the ferry to Lewis we didn’t see a single person. There’s nothing quite like watching the sun set over the Atlantic Ocean Read more about Rubha na Traghad Beach & Port Nan Long Bay[…]
Taken during a cloudy and damp wait for the ferry from Barra to Eriskay last year. It’s such a barren landscape on the Outer Hebrides, with almost no trees there’s little to break the winds which blow in from the Atlantic relentlessly. Today’s photo is available to purchase here.
Few mountains are as undeniably mountainous as The Buchaille, looking like it’s been rendered directly from a child’s stereotypical drawing of the idealised mountain. Today’s photo is available to purchase here.
Taken during a fantastic road-trip last year, this spot was certainly one of the highlights! The story of the stones at Callanish (Calanais, in the local Gaelic language) starts some 5000 years ago, with further stone circles scattering the surrounding windswept landscape of the west coast of the Isle of Lewis. The main site at Callanish Read more about Standing Stones at Callanish[…]