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Leaving Leverburgh

It must seem that I always have the sea in my shots, but living on these islands it is very difficult to avoid ( and I don't want to avoid it anyway!)
This is taken on the crossing between Harris and North Uist, and the sea is never more than a few metres deep here.
I will not be able to reply for a few days, but will catch up when I return!

Leaving Leverburgh

It must seem that I always have the sea in my shots, but living on these islands it is very difficult to avoid ( and I don't want to avoid it anyway!)
This is taken on the crossing between Harris and North Uist, and the sea is never more than a few metres deep here.
I will not be able to reply for a few days, but will catch up when I return!

comments (8)

Oh my, this is absolutely stellar. I am putting it in my 'likeys' immediately. Superb - pure magic.
David from the Hebrides: A very tranquil place to be- many thanks RP.
It's a really beautiful blue picture David.
David from the Hebrides: Thank you for all your compliments and comments recently, Roland- much appreciated.
timeless and tranquil. Would that be Skye in the distance?
David from the Hebrides: Thank you, Jose- it is actually very similar to one of yours from a few weeks back, don't you think? And yes, that is Skye on the distant horizon (about 18 miles away).
  • paul
  • 15 May 2007, 11:30
Perfection David - what an incredible scene
David from the Hebrides: Thanks, Paul- and the sea is so clear, you can see the bottom too!
Lovely David - so peaceful.
David from the Hebrides: Thank you, Bernie for all your recent comments- I'm back with a load of new images to post!
  • nev
  • Australia
  • 15 May 2007, 15:56
why wouldn't you take sea shots when this is on your back steps. very nice
David from the Hebrides: Thanks for always popping by with compliments Nev!
Soothing & harmonious: visual single malt! smile
David from the Hebrides: Just tried a new one for me this weekend- Isle of Jura- nectar! Thanks Dave.
  • Ellie
  • 16 May 2007, 00:17
Gorgeous, mirror calm and delicate colours, what more could anybody ask for?

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