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Where to stay on the Isle of Harris – Hotel Hebrides

Where to stay on the Isle of Harris – Hotel Hebrides

Kirklea island suites are a set of 4 two storey self catering houses and are situated in Tarbert village on the Isle of Harris. They each have small terrace areas overlooking the village with quite an impressive view of the ferry coming in and out of Harris. The...
Why Lews Castle is an incredible place to stay!

Why Lews Castle is an incredible place to stay!

Outer Hebrides Photographic Retreat, March 11th -16th with myself & Paul Sanders  My photographic retreats are all about quiet, incredible landscapes paired with quiet, unique and luxurious accommodation. Lews Castle was the first place that jumped into my mind...
Taigh a’ Bhread, Isle of Lewis

Taigh a’ Bhread, Isle of Lewis

Taigh a’ Bhread, 4 Gress, Isle of Lewis Sleeps 6, newly refurbished A winter stopover for me – the luxury of a whole week by myself on this beautiful corner of the Isle of Lewis. The house is cosy, large enough for 6 and had a sense of space that I love so...
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Cornwall waves & seascapes workshop

I have just returned from an incredibly successful photography workshop in St Ives, Cornwall based around waves and seascapes and run in collaboration with Mark Dobson of Wild Seascapes. We headed down to Cornwall just in time for Storm Ciara to hit the day we began...

Caroline Goodman – Harris

Caroline - It was difficult to choose one of your images because you have such a wonderfully unique perspective on things that actually a series of your images seemed a better way to look at your work.  So I hope you don't mind me making a little composite to show...

Margaret Ford – Hebrides

Margaret has an incredibly individual eye in her photography. I can see it run through all her images taken on the trip and it is another example of how each of us captures a scene in a particular way because our style is truly within ourselves. If we try and force it...