One of the favourite places in Scotland for Dimitri Vasileiou is the Isle of Uist. Isolation, a lochan with reeds and scattered boulders around the bay. These are some of the reasons he keeps going back; here is his story
The Isle of Uist in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland is one of my favourite places in Scotland. The reason for that is most probably its isolation from the Scottish mainland towards the Atlantic Ocean. Actually, the real reason I am attracted to it is the fact that you hardly see anyone on those long and almost white sandy beaches. This to the seascape photographer is like heaven on earth.
One of the connections between mainland Scotland and the Isle of Uist is the ferry between Uig on the Isle of Skye and Lochmaddy, the capital of Uist. Leaving Lochmaddy behind, you immediately…
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