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Harris Scotland

North Harris Scotland is another slice of nice. Rainbows, rain and sunshine bring out so much definition in landscape photography. A bridge in the east links to Scalpay, an island of around 300 people that includes the lighthouse at Eilan Glas. More photography of that soon.

Hamlet, Isle of Scalpay
Hamlet, Isle of Scalpay

 

Harris arch
Harris arch

 

Urgha, North Harris
Urgha, North Harris

 

Stormy fish farms on Loch Tairbeairt
Stormy fish farms on Loch Tairbeairt

 

North Harris rock
North Harris rock

 

Drilled and blasted hill on North Harris
Drilled and blasted hill on North Harris

 

Pampas grass
Pampas grass

 

North Harris drilled and blasted hill
North Harris drilled and blasted hill

 

Harris Scotland
Harris Scotland

 

Rain drenches The Minch
Rain drenches The Minch

 

An old 1980's logo BT phone box on Harris
An old 1980’s logo BT phone box on Harris

 

North Harris rock
North Harris rock

 

Bridge to Isle of Scalpay
Bridge to Isle of Scalpay

 

Loch Trolamaraig from Port Rhenigidale
Loch Trolamaraig from Port Rhenigidale

Rheinigidale hamlet is very small. It was the last Scottish place to have a tarred road built in 1990. Prior to that everything was moved via boat or 3 mile breathtaking cliff walk to Tarbert. If you have time, try this great walk.

Midwinter feast fit for Hedley Lammar
Midwinter feast fit for Hedley Lammar
See Luskentyre Beach, Harris
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