Wednesday, 5 March 2008

Trip to Ness

Yesterday, I went to Ness, in the north of Lewis, for another look round. Came away with 120-odd pictures, which can be seen in above gallery. Enjoy!


  1. What a wonderful day out loved the sea scapes ,beaches and the old rock formations ,what are the gold discs,in no 9 ? Jan xx

  2. are those sheep in the road as you went by?
    That lighthouse and every single ocean pic along with the rock pics are just AMAZING.

  3. Those were amazing pictures.  Some day I hope to travel there.  Why do the sheep have pink bottoms and what are those large piles of what looks to be like black rocks?


  4. Ah Guido, when I saw you had a gallery of photos here, I got another cup of coffee and put on some soft music so I could fully enjoy what you had to share. I was not disappointed (I never am!) in your gallery. You live in such a magnificent area. So peaceful, almost surreal.
    Thank you for sharing this with us. You let me escape my world for a little while and enjoy what I can share of yours.

  5. helmswondermom5 March 2008 at 23:50

    Gorgeous pictures!

  6. princesssaurora6 March 2008 at 01:54

    Wow... just gorgeous... peaceful too...

    be well,

  7. Such great photos. It is so diferent from what I am used to.   Thanks for sharing these with us all. Dawn

  8. Beautiful shots, the town looks so pretty and I just love the pictures of the ocean.  You surely live in a fantastic area for photos.  The rabbits in the pics look huge!

  9. springangel2356 March 2008 at 15:12

    As I always capture the best photos...
    Number 93 was my favorite...with many more before and after...thank you for sharing...

  10. What a day for light and colour...peppermint,blue, azure, lavander shades in the sea washes, absolutely stunning. The rock formations, sandpacked flats are that rock irridiscent? that sand blowing over rocks? the patterns are fabulous. Then the skies...that fingerprint...the buildings next to the light house intrigue about the sublime to the ridiculous...what are they..? i've not seen flat rooves and bizarre chimney pots isn't a crematorium is it? Thanks Pharm...just stunning.