Outer Hebrides

I started visiting the Outer Hebrides in 2021 after I took delivery of my campervan.  With Covid travel restrictions in place at the time it seemed sensible to remain in Scotland, avoid the crowds and this seemed ideal although I wasn’t entirely sure what to expect.  It takes under 2 hours on the ferry from Uig (Skye) to Lochmady (North Uist).  The campsite was off the beaten track and close to a beautiful bay with picture postcard white sand and turquoise sea when the sun shone. It’s a relaxing place to be and the pace of life is a slow as you would wish it to be.
I have visited every island: Berneray at the top, North Uist, Grimsay, Benbecula, South Uist and Eriskay all linked by causeways.  The landscape is varied with boggy moorland, pebble or sandy beaches, lochans, sea lochs, sheep grazed hills and with that comes a huge variety of flora and fauna providing endless photographic opportunities.  I have visited every year since and it has a very special place in my heart.  I hope you enjoy my photographs as I very much enjoyed being there and taking them.

One response to “Louise Black – Virtual Exhibition 2024”

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    Margaret Fell

    They’re all beautiful, but especially the pony!

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  1. They’re all beautiful, but especially the pony!

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