United Kingdom - Coastal, Borders & Strokes
Photographs and photography of UK coastal scenes including, Scotland and The Isles, the north west and north east of England

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Highland, Isle of Skye, Duntulm Castle 
 The ruins of Duntulm Castle stand on a rocky headland on the north coast of the Isle of Skye close to the hamlet of Duntulm. This area was subject to numerous feuds between the MacDonald and MacLeod clans, the castle was finally abandoned in approximately 1732. A local legend suggests that the castle was abandoned after the son of the chieftain who was in the care of a nursemaid fell from a window to the rocks below and died. The nursemaid it is said was set adrift on the sea in a small rowing boat as punishment. File 7366 
 Keywords: Duntulm, Castle, Isle, of Skye, seascape, headland, rocky. File 7366
Outer Hebrides, Isle of Harris, Flodabay 
 The beautifully scenic bay of Flodabay lies on the south east coast of the Isle of Harris some four and a half miles north east from Rodel. This view looks across the Little Minch to the Trotternish peninsula of the Isle of Skye in the distance. File 6700 
 Keywords: Flodabay, Fleoideabhagh, Isle of Harris, South Harris, Little Minch. File 6700
Outer Hebrides, Isle of Harris, Flodabay 
 Hugging the shore at Flodabay on the south east coast of the Isle of Harris lies this deserted croft on the side of Loch Flodabay. Now sadly falling into disrepair like so many others in the Outer Hebrides. File 6705 
 Keywords: Flodabay, Fleoideabhagh, Isle of Harris, South Harris, Scotland. File 6705
Outer Hebrides, Isle of Harris, Leverburgh 
 Leverburgh is the second largest community on the Isle of Harris after Tarbert. Numerous bays and inlets surround the area giving shelter to many small boats. Leverburgh has an interesting history, originally called Obbe (which comes from the Norse word for bay) it was bought in 1919 as part of the South Harris estate by William Lever the 1st Viscount Leverhulme. William Lever wanted to develop a major fishing centre here, a project which ultimately failed. Obbe was renamed Leverburgh with local approval in 1920. File 6644 
 Keywords: Leverburgh, Isle of Harris, sunrise, seascape, boat, reflection. File 6644
Outer Hebrides, Isle of Harris, Lingerbay 
 The first soft light of day falls on this derelict croft at Lingerbay on the Isle of Harris in the Western Isles. Autumn is just starting to arrive with the colours along the shoreline beginning to turn autumnal. File 6807 
 Keywords: Lingerbay, ruined, croft, shoreline, autumnal, Isle of Harris. File 6807
Outer Hebrides, Isle of Harris, Lingerbay 
 On the south east coast of the Isle of Harris near to Lingerbay are three derelict crofts, all within a distance of half a mile of each other. All three look out onto Eilean Lingreabhagh. File 6798 
 Keywords: Lingerbay, Isle of Harris, ruined, croft, derelict, seascape, Western Isles. File 6798
Outer Hebrides, Isle of Harris, Port Eisgein 
 Situated on the opposite shore from Rodel at Port Eisgein this lone house stands at the end of the minor road from Leverburgh. The sea loch which separates Port Eisgein from Rodel is known as Loch Roghadail. File 6650 
 Keywords: Rodel, Port Eisgein, Rodal, Loch Roghadail, sea, South Harris, Western, Isles. File 6650
Outer Hebrides, Isle of Harris, Rodel 
 The first soft light of the day highlights this rocky headland close to Rodel on the Isle of Harris. For me things just couldn't get any better when a short while later I was standing watching two Golden Eagles effortlessly gliding over the hills behind. File 6679 
 Keywords: Rodel, Isle of Harris, South, seascape, rocky, headland, sunrise, Scotland. File 6679
Outer Hebrides, Isle of Harris, Rodel 
 Sunrise close to Rodel on South Harris in the Western Isles. South East Harris has a wild and rugged coastline that appeals to me not only for it's beauty but also it's isolation. File 6671 
 Keywords: Rodel, Renish Point, seascape, rugged, coastal, Isle of Harris. File 6671
Outer Hebrides, Isle of Harris, Rodel 
 Leaving Rodel and taking the minor road along the east coast of South Harris in the Western Isles you pass some quite spectacular coastal scenery. This headland is called Rubha Bhalla-riop and in this view you look across The Minch towards Assynt. File 6665 
 Keywords: Rodel, Isle of Harris, South, seascape, headland, rocky, Western Isles, Outer, Hebrides. File 6665
Outer Hebrides, Isle of Harris, Rosamol Beach 
 While exploring the sand dunes at Rosamol beach on the Isle of Harris this view down towards Luskentyre beach and the Bay of Luskentyre suddenly appeared. In the distance are the mountains of South Harris. Here a long exposure was used to accentuate the movement of the clouds and marram grass. File 7017 
 Keywords: Rosamo, Luskentyre, beach, Bay of Luskentyre, South, Harris, Scotland. File 7017
Outer Hebrides, Isle of Harris, Rosamol Beach 
 After driving past the famous Luskentyre beach on the Isle of Harris the minor road finally ends at Rosamol beach with its huge white sand dunes. Rosamol beach is effectively a continuation of Luskentyre. In the distance across Loch a Siar lie the mountains of North Harris. File 6966 
 Keywords: Rosamol, beach, Luskentyre, sand, dunes, mountains, Harris, north, south. File 6966
Outer Hebrides, Isle of Harris, Seilebost-Beach,jpg 
 On the Atlantic coast of the Isle of Harris are numerous white sand beaches to be found. Seilebost beach is just one of six such beaches within a short distance of each other.
The island of Taransay can be seen in the distance just across the Sound of Taransay, while in the far distance are the mountains of North Harris. File 6714 
 Keywords: Seilebost, beach, Taransy, Isle of Harris, seascape, Scotland. File 6714
Outer Hebrides, Isle of Harris, Seilebost Beach 
 Seilebost beach lies directly opposite to Luskentyre beach in the Bay of Luskentyre on the Isle of Harris. This particular stretch on coastline on South Harris has several spectacular beaches of which Seilebost is just one. Across the waters of the Sound of Taransay lie the mountains of North Harris in the distance. File 6724 
 Keywords: Seilebost, beach, rocks, waves, Isle of Harris, Scotland. File 6724
Outer Hebrides, Isle of Lewis, Callanish 
 On the Isle of Lewis in the Western Isles of Scotland close to Callanish stands this derelict and isolated croft. The afternoon that this photograph was taken the weather was terrible, but as often happens the light was spectacular. Gazing across the waters of Loch Ceann Hulabhig I couldn't help but wonder what became of the folk who lived here at one time.File 7246 
 Keywords: Callanish, Isle of Lewis, Calanais, Loch, Ceann, Hulabhig, Outer, Hebrides, derelict, croft, isolated. File 7246
Outer Hebrides, Isle of Lewis, Garry Beach 
 At Garry beach north of Tolsta on the Isle of Lewis stand a number of sea stacks. This particular stack at Trigh Ghearadha is the smallest of the group however it is situated some distance from the others which allows it to be photographed separately from the others. File 7293 
 Keywords: Sea, stack, Garry, beach, Trigh Ghearadha, Tolsta, Isle of Lewis. File 7293
Outer Hebrides, Isle of Lewis, Garry Beach 
 On the Isle of Lewis in the Western Isles where the road ends beyond Tolsta you will find Garry Beach. Here at Trigh Ghearadha there are a number of sea stacks and caves. Garry beach is also the starting point for the Heritage Trail which is a ten mile coastal walk to Ness. File 7276 
 Keywords: Sea, stacks, Garry Beach, Trigh Ghearadha, Tolsta, Isle of Lewis, Scotland, File 7276
Outer Hebrides, Isle of Lewis, Tolsta 
 On the north eastern coast of the Isle of Lewis you will find the small crofting community of Tolsta. Here you will also find Traigh Mhr beach with it's white sands that stretch for a length of nearly two miles. The headland here is at the north end of the beach with Garry beach just around the other side. File 7259 
 Keywords: Seascape, coasta, headland, Tolsta, Isle of Lewis, Traigh, Mhr. File 7259
Fife, East Neuk - Anstruther 
 Anstruther on the East Neuk of Fife has a long tradition with the sea and fishing. When the shoals of herring in North Sea disappeared much of Anstruthers fishing fleet also disappeared with them. Present day Anstruther still retains a small fishing fleet and now has a modern marina for pleasure craft. Anstruther is also home to the Scottish Fisheries Museum. File 7499 
 Keywords: Anstruther, Fife, East, Neuk, seascape, coastal, Scotland. File 7499
Aberdeenshire, Sandend 
 Throughout the late 19th and early 20th centuries, Sandend in Aberdeenshire was a thriving fishing village. The earliest recorded mention of Sandend is in 1624. With it's harbour reputedly being the smallest in Scotland Sandend supported several smoke houses and two fish merchants, namely Smith's and McKay's. Only Smith's now retain their premises in Sandend following McKay's relocation to Buckie.
The fisherman's cottages located near the small harbour are typical of the area and are built with their gable ends facing seaward. The vast majority of these are now used as holiday homes. Chatting to three local men one evening they explained that only three families now live full time in the village itself. 
As it's name suggests Sandend has a large sandy bay and with it's caravan park Sandend has become a popular destination for holidaymakers. File 0515. 
 Keywords: Fine art print prints seascape photography, Aberdeenshire, Sandend, Scotland, Scottish Coastal photograph, Alba Landscapes, File 0515dng

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