South Harris and Scalpay

Harris, Scotland.  Day 10, 8th July.

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Harris

This was my day to catch the ferry from Tarbert to Uigh, or in other words, from Harris to Skye.  I had a little bit of time to explore Harris before catching the ferry.

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Harris

I’m not sure where the first four images are.  I think they must be the north coast of South Harris.

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Harris

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Harris

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South Harris (eastern corner)

This image and the four following are from a loop in a minor road at the eastern corner of South Harris.

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South Harris (eastern corner)

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South Harris (eastern corner)

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South Harris (eastern corner)

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South Harris (eastern corner)

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Scalpay

This is the only image in this post I have a GPS reference for.  It is at the north-west corner of ScalpayScalpay is a small island to the south-east of Tarbert.  The next three images are also from Scalpay.

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Scalpay

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Scalpay

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Scalpay

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Tarbert

A hardware store in TarbertTarbert is the largest town in Harris and is beside an isthmus between North and South HarrisHarris itself, though notionally an island, is connected to Lewis.

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4 comments on “South Harris and Scalpay

  1. Excellent use of color – bold yet subdued tones at the same time. Most enjoyable.

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  2. Murray Foote says:

    Thanks very much Alessandro.

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  3. […] hideouts; at some stage to Castle Tiorem, over the first winter in Assynt, staying for a while in Harris, and arriving at the Vaternish Peninsula on Skye in […]

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