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A collage I made from pictures of the Western Isles, most of which are by my assistant, DJ. The Western Isles comprise the islands of Lewis and Harris and are part of the Outer Hebrides, a group of islands lying off the North-West coast of Scotland and just below the Arctic Circle. The Gulf Stream ensures that the climate is milder that their latitude would suggest. Snowfall is sparse in winter, though, as the islands take the full force of the Atlantic blast, storms can blow up quite suddenly.
Featured in “The World As We See It Or As We Missed It!” on 22 April 2012 and in “Collective Collage” on 22 May 2012