A constant theme during the explorations of the Outer Hebrides was stopping to photograph from the road. The mist and hills of the isle of Harris were really enjoyable to explore with a camera.
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In contrast to all the right landscape, there wasn't much in the way of historical ruins or sites to photograph. This image was made in one of the only historic buildings outside of the capitals; it is of Alasdair Crotach’s wall tomb in St Clement’s Church, in Rodel, on the isle of Harris, outer Hebrides.
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After finishing photographing in the church, just as I came out there was a beautiful cloud of birds in the fog above a nearby house.
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