In 1954 Paul Strand took a photo from this viewpoint which he later (1962) included in his evocative book , “Tir a’ Mhurain”. Using his photo I think I managed to find where he stood (the one flat area about 2 m sq.) on a marshy knoll looking east between South Uist and Eriskay. His photo included Eriskay ponies, a clearer view to Rum, a low tide, and a later day time – a far superior image!
57 years later the scene has altered little – the new causeway to Eriskay is the most noticeable change.
Voigtlander Perkeo E (6×6, as in the avatar and 80mm Color Skopar), Ilford XP2, cropped to approximate Strand’s format, an ultra-flimsy tripod (vintage Rotu) .