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The best way to appreciate this image is to click play on the above YouTube clip, click View Large and sit back to enjoy!

Always spectular at this spot on the most northerly point of Isle of Lewis where the Atlantic Ocean and the North Sea meet. The waves that come into these weather-beaten cliffs can truly awesome.
The waves in this image are around 50 feet high and lap the top of the cliffs in places. It was truly a remarkable site that you almost see the White Horses running through the waters.

Location Info:
Butt Of Lewis or Rubha Robhanais
Nearest Town: Port Nis, Isle Of Lewis, Outer Hebrides, Scotland
OS Grid: 152360,965990

Image was commended in the “Take-A-View” Landscape Photographer Of The Year 2009 competition. Exhibited in the National Theatre in London between the 5th December 2009 and 24th January 2010. It also in the Annual Book of the competition which you can buy here

Tags

hebrides, lewis, ness, scotland, storm, waters

I wouldn’t exactly call myself a Photographer, I just happen to love my surroundings and share what I see. Had that unexpected side-effect of becoming passionate about B&W imagery – so much so, that I call my colour images “failed B&W’s”. Enjoy!

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Comments

  • jadeast
    jadeastalmost 6 years ago

    This definitely has Wow factor

  • Thanks JD,

    The scene in front of me at the time was certainly “Wow!”. Not sure if that was because it was sooooo cold or the force of the waves coming in! Thanks for the comment!

    – Kevin Skinner

  • Catherine Davis
    Catherine Davisalmost 6 years ago

    Gorgeous!

  • Thanks Catherine,

    You really flatter me :-)

    – Kevin Skinner

  • Beatriz  Cruz
    Beatriz Cruzalmost 6 years ago

    This looks amazing!!

  • Hi Beatriz,

    It certainly was amazing to see! Difficulty was capturing it. It still didn’t do it justice. Thanks for taking the time to comment.

    – Kevin Skinner

  • Annika Strömgren
    Annika Strömgrenalmost 6 years ago

    Wow!!!

  • Thanks Annika!

    Glad to hear from you again! Thanks for taking the time and leaving a comment here, really appreciate it from you. Take care.

    – Kevin Skinner

  • Tara Johnson
    Tara Johnsonalmost 6 years ago

    This is incredible!!!! Fantastic Image!!!!

  • Thanks Tara!

    Wish I could take all the credit…….with a scene like this in front of you, you can’t really miss! Not wanting to disappoint, I’ll take it anyway. Thanks again for the generous comment here. Really appreciate it from talented photogs like we have here. So “Cheers”.

    Take care.

    – Kevin Skinner

  • jadeast
    jadeastalmost 6 years ago

    There are a lot of reasons for WOW in this scene, the mist from the power ov the waves, the power of the waves themselves, the apparent wind , the high contrast, the time exposure, the rocky shore! All of these combine to make a super WOW!

  • Jim DeMore
    Jim DeMorealmost 6 years ago

    Breathtaking shot Kevin. B&W can be so expressive, I don’t believe too many people take the time to utilize this medium. I wish more would. Great work on all you B&W. Submit more!
    jimd

  • Thanks Jim very much for your generous praise. It is really good to find others that really appreciate the B&W medium and understands what it can do.

    So, again, thansk very much

    – Kevin Skinner

  • Rosy Kueng
    Rosy Kuengalmost 6 years ago

    This is absolutely my favorite one Kevin! I can just feel the power of the waves…every detail makes this capture exceptional!!!

  • Hi Rosy,

    Sorry for the delay in replying :-0

    Such a generous compliment too and I couldn’t put myself out until now in replying :-(

    Really appreciate your kind words.

    – Kevin Skinner

  • Christopher  Ewing
    Christopher E...over 5 years ago

    outstanding shot!! wow!! i love those waves, and this rocks in BW

  • Thanks Chris,

    Still one of my favourites. The waves are immense and really don’t show the actual size of these beauties coming in.

    Generous compliments as usual……keep them coming!!!!! :-)

    – Kevin Skinner

  • eclectica
    eclecticaover 5 years ago

    Awesome, what power..

  • Thanks Veronica,

    Very difficult to communicate the view here on the day. The power of the waves coming in was spectacular and was even more difficult to keep myself from being blown away by the wind! Thanks for stopping by and commenting – really appreciate it!

    – Kevin Skinner

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