Isle of Lewis

Recent postings by a new found wordpress friend, who will be hiking through Scotland shortly got me inspired to look back through my Scotland journey back in 2005. I forgot just how beautiful and “wild” the Scottish countryside can be, especially the remote islands of the Outer Hebrides. Here are a few pics from the Isle of Lewis.

One of the isles beautiful beaches

One of the isles beautiful beaches


A glorious sunset.

A glorious sunset.


Lonely old church

Lonely old church


Interior of the small chapel

Interior of the small chapel


Iron Age "blackhouses"

Iron Age “blackhouses”


Callanish standing stones

Callanish standing stones


The 2000 year old Carloway Broch

The 2000 year old Carloway Broch


Nerd hiding in the Broch (iron age defence structure)

Nerd hiding in the Broch (iron age defence structure)


The ferry back was a bit stormy.

The ferry back was a bit stormy.

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