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Beach on the Isle of Baleshare

by Lee Allen

August
4

Photograph entitled, 'Beach on the Isle of Baleshare'.

Baleshare (Scottish Gaelic: Baile Sear) is a flat tidal island in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland. The name means 'east farm' or 'east town'. The 'west town' may have been on land that was said to exist to the west of Baleshare, washed away in the sixteenth century, over which it was possible to walk to the Monach Islands at low tide.

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Jane JamesJane James 4 years ago
Enchanting. You have captured shade, texture and perspective all in one time. iIt's almost haunting and the beach appears never ending like the cycle of life.

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