This sawtooth expanse of gabbro rock rises 3000 feet out of the sea and spans for 8 miles. A mountaineer's delight.
Vertical columns of basalt are brushed on the shore while intruded sills of dolerite form patterns in the pleated cliffs above.
Light beams down on the tiny islets in the bay of Ord during a peaceful late July evening.
Built in the 13th Century to defend the lands of Kintail against the Vikings, this striking castle is situated on the mainland in the Kyle of Lochalsh.
Tucked away overlooking Horgabost beach on the south of the Isle of Harris sits this 4500 year old stone named after the local clan is believed to have been used as a navigational marker by boats at sea.
Storm clouds meet sunset as this sea loch rests calm in the last of the evening light reflected from below the horizon.
At low tide the water retreats enough in this sea loch to reveal a winding mirror carved out by the riverbed.
The rocky Atlantic coast on the west of Harris.
A focus of ritual during the bronze age and visited by many today, these stones are laid out with a main circle and a line of stones leading away from the North, South, East and West.