Lewis and Harris in Photos

If you enjoyed our interview with videographer and photographer Mo Thomson, here’s an extra special treat – Mo not only shared wonderful stories about his time in the Outer Hebrides for our focus this month, but a series of beautiful photographs taken whilst filming his gorgeous timelapse videos of Lewis and Harris (like this one).

We loved his island photos so much that we felt they deserved their own blog post!  So eyes, feast on these…

Couple walking along Luskentyre beach

Couple walking along Luskentyre beach

Hebridean crossroads

Hebridean crossroads

Riof beach

Riof beach

Miles of golden sand at Northon and Scarasta

Miles of golden sand at Northon and Scarasta

Calanish stones under the moonlight

Calanish stones under the moonlight

Golden eagle

Golden eagle

Highland coo lunchtime Luskentyre

Highland coo lunchtime Luskentyre

Luskentyre and north Harris hills from Ceapabhal

Luskentyre and north Harris hills from Ceapabhal

Sand and shells at Horgabost beach on Harris

Sand and shells at Horgabost beach on Harris

Scarista beach

Scarista beach

Seilebost - looking over to Taransay and the north Harris hills

Seilebost – looking over to Taransay and the north Harris hills

Stars above the Callanish standing stones

Stars above the Callanish standing stones

St Kilda boreray from Ceapabhal

St Kilda boreray from Ceapabhal

Sundown at the Callanish standing stones

Sundown at the Callanish standing stones

Sun above the Callanish standing stones

Sun above the Callanish standing stones

 

All images courtesy of Mo Thomson ©.

Our thanks to Mo for sharing his tips, highlights and photos of Lewis and Harris with us – it’s easy to see why he loves filming on the island (and why it was recently voted the best island in Europe and fifth best in the world by the TripAdvisor Traveller’s Choice Awards).  To find out more about Mo’s videos visit mothomson.com.

For accommodation on Lewis and Harris, take a look at our holiday cottages in the Outer Hebrides – and start planning your own Hebridean adventure.

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Comments

  • Ith
    13th April 2014 7:23 pm

    Gorgeous! Makes me wish I could visit again.

    • EmmaASSC
      14th April 2014 1:28 pm

      Hope you get a chance to visit again someday soon… :)

  • Amacd
    27th April 2014 9:06 am

    Stunning photos

    • EmmaASSC
      28th April 2014 6:36 pm

      Thanks Alan, we think so too!

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