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The coastline south of Carlabhagh
The Blackhouse village at Carlabhagh
This must be one of the Hebrides' best kept secrets - the only Distillery on the Islands. The Abhainn Dearg Distillery, by Traigh Uige in West Lewis
The still room of the Abhainn Dearg distillery, by Traigh Uige. (sorry about the image quality)
Equinox sunset at Callinish
Waves at Dail Mor beach.
The Old Post Office(?} near Eoradale, Lewis.
Cnip - magical place we just couldnt leave....
Taken in Ness on the beautiful walk from the Butt down to Europie
Butt view stores (quite a thing to behold !).
Wendy is intrigued by the Lewis Chessman.
Amazing detail of one of the sculptures on Stornoway front.
a view of Steornabagh taken from the Gallows Hill
Steornabagh a photo taken in summer 2011
the standing stones of callanish. there was sign saying dont venture off the pathway but people did.
tolsta,old croft building before you head for the beach
:The Peoples Committee" on BBC2 1990. The Nicholson Institute, Stornaway
Russ Barnes, "The Peoples Committee". This was taken from a video recording from BBC2 in January 1990, and recorded at the Nicholson Institute, Stornaway
Well, David, who would live in a house like this?.............
Detail on stone at Calanais, Lewis. Taken at Easter 2004

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