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Causeways join up several islands of the Outer Hebrides, linking peoples who up to a decade or so ago could only visit each other by boat. This road – often a single-track road with passing places – is the main north – south road through the Uist island chain of the Outer Hebrides.

Location: North Uist (Uibhist a Tuath), Outer Hebrides, Scotland, UK.
Nikon D200, Sigma 18-200mm. I think I used a Cokin Grey Grad filter but the strong blues and greens are natural for those latitudes.

Capercaillie offers the perfect musical accompaniement: Canan nan Gael (The Language of the Gaels

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Comments

  • Ranald
    Ranaldover 4 years ago

    Simple clear sweep and glorious Hebridean colours.

  • Ranald
    Ranaldover 4 years ago

    The oil drum is a nice, authentic touch!

  • Thanks, Ranald. I carried that rusty red drum around in the boot of the hired just to add a touch of colour on such occasions:-))

    – Kasia-D

  • JUSTART
    JUSTARTover 4 years ago

    nice shot

  • Thanks very much!

    – Kasia-D

  • neon-gobi
    neon-gobiover 4 years ago

    Have put an oil drum in ny boot as i can see it adds Character to the shot – which is marvelous by the way, have spent many an hour in the Hebrides

  • I’m pleased that I’ve managed to give you some composition tips. Rusty oil drums are very useful:-) Thanks for this lovely comment! The Hebrides are fab, aren’t they? Kasia

    – Kasia-D

  • neon-gobi
    neon-gobiover 4 years ago

    We have a friend who lives in Leverbrough on the Isle of Harris – ps I never go in Midgie season hahahaha

  • The beaches on the route from Leverborough to Tarbet are among the most stunning I’ve ever seen! Yes, avoid the midges – if you can!

    – Kasia-D

  • neon-gobi
    neon-gobiover 4 years ago

    absolutely especially the first time and you round the bend and get the first sweep of the Golden beach, well you could just be in the Maldives (not quite as warm though) ;o)

  • EarthGipsy
    EarthGipsyover 4 years ago

    This looks and sounds like my sort of place…too bad about the weather…lol!

  • I’m sure it would be your kind of place even if the water is a tad too cold.

    – Kasia-D

  • EarthGipsy
    EarthGipsyover 4 years ago

    Midges…isn’t it too cold?

  • The midges thrive here so be warned.

    – Kasia-D

  • EarthGipsy
    EarthGipsyover 4 years ago

    Must be the breading groung…then they migrate to certain areas of Australia…lol!

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