Captured during a visit to the blackhouse village of Gearrannan, run by the local community trust Urras nan Gearrannan
Location: Lewis, Outer Hebrides, Scotland, UKNikon D70, Sigma 18-200mm. Captured in JPG. Post-pro in CS4 with NikColorEfex.
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Fantastic rustic capture Kasia.
Nice picture Kasia
Fantastic capture of this historic building …
Beautifully captured, Kasia !!
Beautiful capture, love the stonework. Lucky you to be in the Hebrides, would like to visit there one day.
Excellent picture,,,,an instant favourite for me,,,,great work Kasia!
Looks like a nice place Kasia! Great photography! Is it a very big building? Not sure if the doors are smaller than normal! :)))
We used to have a couple of them in our local folk museum when I was a child and I was always fascinated at how different and hard life must have been for the crofters in days gone by, still a few being used today even if they have been slightly modernised, well captured Kasia,Regards, Rod.
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