Isle of Harris and Lewis, Outer Hebrides, Scotland

The Isles of Lewis and Harris are at the North west corner of the group of Islands known as the Hebrides, or Western Isles.  The Hebrides are known as the "long islands" as they stretch for 100 miles.The Isle of Harris is actually joined to the Isle of Lewis, they have a range of beautiful beaches and landscapes, all of which have their own charm and interest. 


Seilebost Beach, Harris

Nr Seilebost Beach, Harris

Croft, Lewis

Seilbost Beach, early morning

Luskentyre Beach, Harris

Highland Cattle, Harris

Shepherd with his sheep, Harris

Closeup of a waterfall, Harris

Grazing Sheep


Tapastry, Leverburgh, Harris

Postmaster at Stockinish, Harris

Stockinish Post Office, Harris

Seilebost Beach Looking towards Taransay

Luskentyre Beach, Harris

Seilebost Beach, Harris



Morning Calm, Harris

Sand Dune, Harris

Patterns at Luskentyre

Callanish Stones, Lewis



Bothy, Pentland Road, Lewis

Bothy, Pentland Road, Lewis

Abhainn Suidhe Post Office, Lewis

Corrugated Barns, Harris


Tarbert Stores, Harris

Derelict Property, Harris


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