Islands from Islands

It’s hard to beat going to an island from another island – layer upon layer of end points and start points, liminal eddges, and ferry boats. With our weather continuing to be outrageously gorgeous, here are a few photos from the most recent expedition to North Uist, Benbecula and Berneray (Harris).

leaving leverburgh
benbecula point of view
leaving berneray
cemetery, berneray

(I’m afraid the combination of the sunshine and the remnants of a head cold are rendering me unable to think of more interesting things to say… hopefully the photos are cheery in the meantime.)

4 thoughts on “Islands from Islands”

  1. Get better soon! Your photos or words on their own would enough; together they’re a bonus. Have you got a growing collection of Gaelic words for different kinds of sky and sea light?

    1. Thank you Janice. The words seem hard to come by just now though – the Gaelic too to be honest! I am glad of the photography practice to fall back on when other things are sticky!

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