Eriskay – Outer Hebrides

Eriskay (Scottish Gaelic: Èirisgeigh, pronounced [ˈeɾʲiʃkʲej]), from the Old Norse for “Eric’s Isle”, is an island and community council area of the Outer Hebrides in northern Scotland. It lies between South Uist and Barra and is connected to South Uist by a causeway which was opened in 2001. In the same year Eriskay became the ferry terminal for travelling between South Uist and Barra. The Caledonian MacBrayne vehicular ferry travels between Ceann a’ Ghàraidh in Eriskay and Ardmore in Barra. The crossing takes around 40 minutes.

Enjoy some views of this beautiful place here :

Some more views from the Eriskay Ferry Terminal

& Finally the views from the Metal cage Pier placed on the embankments

Going Beyond – on next step I take you into the Barra Island, last one of the Hebrides and quite exotic one.  🙂
Watch out this space for more.

Beautiful gem of Scottish Hebrides.
Beautiful gem of Scottish Hebrides.
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Change of seasons

Change of seasons, and another year is about to come to an end. It is just the marking of nature reminding us with its falling leaves that some changes are natural to make space for something new. It is the best way you can see the reminders from nature.

Went for a walk in the woodlands near my home and I came back with hands cold and feet frozen as I was not expecting it to be so chilly.

In the depth of things also figured out that the Nikon 105mm G f/2.8 does not really stick to F/2.8 when the light is low and the objects too close as is intended by macro lens. To add to all this, I am just going to get glued to macro for a while.