The Isle of Lewis – an undiscovered paradise


One glorious week spent on the Isle of Lewis. I have experienced gales, huge swells and rainstorms, rainbows followed by a bitter northerly wind and then followed by sunshine, warmth and calm seas. The island is so incredible in its changeable moods and wonderful weather being battered by a storm or under sunshine where it looks like some exotic land, there are photographic opportunities everywhere.

You've already seen some stormy images of huge waves, so here are a few from a calm, sunny day where I travelled around the beaches in the Uig area.

If you'd like to experience this wonderful island for yourself, there are a few places left on the Outer Hebrides retreat with myself and Paul Sanders on March 11th -16th 2019




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