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A silver lining...

Adventure in the Outer Hebrides.

My dark cloud came in the form of permanent atrial fibrillation, a debilitating heart problem, which leaves you with not much in the tank where exercise is concerned. 949 more words

Cycle Touring

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


Air rothair gu socair air Slighe Innse Gall….. Cycling the Hebridean Way slow time…..

‘S ann air latha geamhradail am meadhan a’ Mhàirt a ghabh am fear-rothair iomraiteach Mark Beaumont an dùbhlan os làimh gun siùbhladh e Slighe Innse Gall gu lèir an ceann 24 uairean a thìde. 1,497 more words

Scottish Natural Heritage

A Season on South Uist

One of the features of loss and bereavement is that you are forced to consider anew what God’s plan for your life is in the midst of grief. 1,032 more words

Holiday Snaps

We were in the Western Isles recently on holiday. It’s clearly not the street photography centre of the universe but there are some great opportunities for capturing people on holiday. 112 more words

Street Photography

Hand me a petrel: Robert Atkinson's Island-Going

We’re in the Outer Hebrides in the 1930s in this Really Like This Book podcasts scripts catch-up, on a mad quixotic journey in the roughest of conditions to locate, observe and tag an obscure little bird called Leach’s fork-tailed petrel. 1,569 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