marcodadofoto | Island of Harris, Outer Hebrides

Island of contast, infinite sands, blue water, grey stones, a paradise for the walkers.
Harris, which is the southern part of Lewis, is slightly different and shows a true beauty to the photographer's eye. The west side is a succession of infinite beaches where You can indeed loose Yourself between the crying of the wind and the crashing of the waves. Typical is the deep blue and turquoise of the sea.
At the extreme south You'll find a gem: the medioeval Rodel Church (St. Clement) , and also the Hotel there, in a natural harbour that's one the best I've seen.
The east side is a wild and rocky land, the so called Golden Road ('cause it costed a lot...) will take You to the remote village of Huisinis with its beach.
Rodel Harbour, Island of Harrisluskentyrefrom the Temple CafeSt Clements Church (Tur Chliamainn)