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Scottish Summertime

Sometimes you cannot avoid the rain in the Hebrides. Raindrops on my lens filter are lit by the setting sun.

The location is at Pollachar at the bottom of South Uist. The name ‘Polochar’ comes from the Gaelic ‘Poll a Charra’, meaning inlet (’Poll’) and large stone or rock (’Charra’), hence ‘inlet of stone’. This refers to the standing stone which was erected about 4000 years ago.

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Scottish Summertime
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Scotland - Outer Hebrides
Sometimes you cannot avoid the rain in the Hebrides. Raindrops on my lens filter are lit by the setting sun.<br />
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The location is at Pollachar at the bottom of South Uist. The name ‘Polochar’ comes from the Gaelic ‘Poll a Charra’, meaning inlet (’Poll’) and large stone or rock (’Charra’), hence ‘inlet of stone’. This refers to the standing stone which was erected about 4000 years ago.