Having mentioned to some friends that Scottie and I are heading for the isle of Lewis in the outer Hebrides of Scotland for a week in a campervan, the laughter that followed was of course expected (but not by me). Isle of Lewis, in November, are you out of your mind? The island is right at the edge of the Atlantic Ocean and the weather at this time of year can be...well, nasty, especially for landscape photography, they said.
Anyway, while there and on almost complete isolation (the island is sporadically populated), we had the freedom of travelling wherever we wanted and staying overnight wherever we decided to. Basically, there was no one around to...
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