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Waves at Eoropie

Waves sweeping in from the Atlantic at Eoropie (Eòrapaidh) on the Isle of Lewis.

This is the last in my photo-series on water.   Do you have any suggestions for my next theme?   

Image © Jo Woolf



It may be the most God-fearing place in Britain. So strongly Presbytarian is the Isle of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides that it is said to be to be the last place in Britain where the fourth commandment – Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy – is observed in letter as in spirit. 540 more words


Isle of Lewis

Currently I am travelling around the beautiful country of Scotland and have just spent two nights enjoying the stunning Isle of Lewis. We have been through Dunkeld, Inverness and Ullapool on the journey up here. 103 more words

As I Look To The West

There are some places that stay with you, and though the precise details may fade over time the sense of the place, the emotional connection to the landscape and the weather remain with you for years. 253 more words

Black And White

Oh, for peats sake!

I left Inverness by bus up to Ullapool, then took a ferry to the Isle of Lewis. As the bus headed north, the forests took turn with heather, and green rolling hills became mountains. 626 more words

Happy to be here

It’s that time of year again… when lads and lassies don kilts, wristbands, and anoraks to stand in the rain

and listen to rock and roll played on the bagpipes. 181 more words


Outer Hebrides adventure, no Golden Eagles or Otters.....but Robson Green?!

The Outer Hebrides is a very special place, that has to be visited to fully appreciate it’s unique beauty. Two weeks at least is needed to fully explore all its nooks and crannies, probably more actually. 624 more words