by Lee Allen
Photograph taken from a recent trip to the Isle of Vatersay, Outer Hebrides.
The most southerly inhabited island of the Outer Hebrides, Vatersay epitomises island isolation, with a number of attractions that speak to the perilous and vulnerable nature of life on the edge – as well as many examples of the breathtaking island beauty that make the eternal struggle against the elements well worthwhile.
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