June 26, 2012

Scotland XV - Neolithic Lewis (Lower Shader and Carloway, Lewis, Scotland)

Digital infrared original, 3 frame stitch
While it is called the Steinacleit Stone Circle, it may actually have been a tomb, or a farm house - no-one actually knows. Lower Shader, isle of Lewis, outer Hebrides.
Digital infrared original, 4 frame exposure blend, 3 frame stitch
My favourite image from the 2012 Scotland trip so far…a wonderful space with an almost perfect sky for infrared. A three-frame stitch assembled from five frames in total.
Digital infrared original, 4 frame stitch
The iron age brochs that are scattered over western Scotland are probably the most resonant places in the world for me. They feel so magical and timeless, and are just awe inspiring to behold. The broch at Carloway, on the isle of Lewis, in the outer Hebrides.

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