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The end of roads ...

Garry Bridge on the Isle of Lewis was completed in 1921.  It is 15 feet wide with a three feet pavement on each side.  It has a span of 100 feet and a height of fifty with nine arches, the main one having four smaller arches each side.   71 more words

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A Pile of Peat, Isle of Lewis, Outer Hebrides

While sorting through some more photos, I found this one and thought you might like to see what peat looks like, after yesterday post, about the Blackhouse.   141 more words

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Dark & Smoky, No 42 Arnol Blackhouse, Isle of Lewis, Scotland

Can you smell the smoking peat….. because that was all you could smell when I visited No 42 Arnol Blackhouse on the Isle of Harris, The Outer Hebrides in 2014.   398 more words

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A Holiday Home with a Difference, Isle of Harris

On the Isle of Lewis there is a wonderful place you can stay ‘ Gearrannan Blackhouse Village’ at Carloway.  The village was abandon in the early 70’s when the last villagers left to live in nearby council houses.   145 more words

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Callanish

Die Anlagen von Callanish (gäl. Calanais, beides aus Altnordisch Kalas ness, so viel wie Kalas Halbinsel/Landvorsprung) sind insgesamt die größte heute bekannte Steinformation der Megalithkultur auf den britischen Inseln. 106 more words

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Stay and Play

Stay and Play Day

The children and parents and carers really enjoyed our recent Stay and Play Day in Lewis room. They all spent a great morning and afternoon learning about numbers and counting. 114 more words

Isle Of Lewis

New beginnings

Welcome to my blog. I am a photographer and digital artist living on the Isle of Lewis, Scotland. I have lived here for the past 13 yrs and despite a great deal in my life going badly wrong I love where I live and am fighting to stay here. 281 more words

Callanish