The first week of our Scottish Highland trip is over. At the time of writing, I’m sitting in the back of the car, headed for Ullapool; the gateway to the Outer Hebrides. The ferry will take three hours to transport the four of us to Stornaway,, the capital town of the linked island of Lewis and Harris.
I’m glad to be moving on. The scenery has been magnificent, but the weather has been cold and unendingly wet. The four of us have spent the week in our winter gear, occasionally warmed by short bursts of bright May sun.
Time to share some of the best photos, most of them taken in the gaps between the rains.
It’s a beautiful land, but bring your long raincoat if you want to be comfortable.
©Stephen Tanham 2022
Stephen Tanham is a Director of the Silent Eye, a journey through the forest of personality to the dawn of Being.