Callanish, one of Scotland's 'must see' ancient sites is situated on the Isle of Lewis. Lewis is part of the Western Isles, or the outer Hebrides. I came here two weeks ago to photograph the place and the island. I just thought I'd share this image with you all while I busy myself working through all the images from my trip.
The islands of Harris and Lewis are very photogenic. And it just so turned out that I was there one evening while the moon was rising.
Shot on Fuji Velvia 50 with my trusty Mamiya 7 and 80 mm standard lens. Straight from the scanner with no dodging or burning.