The Isle of Harris
Outer Hebrides. Hasselblad 45mm. August 2007.
The west coast of Harris is famous for its unspoilt sandy beaches and rocky coast. Exposed to the full wrath of the Atlantic weather, this environment is constantly changing. It is always a thrill to be working in such unpredictable conditions and I recall having to wait until the very end of day for the light to finally clear the remnants of another passing squall.
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