The Callanish Stones on the Isle of Lewis, Scotland. These stones have been standing here for 4,200 years -- roughly as long as Stonehenge. This perspective is looking westward along the line of stones. This site is similar to hundreds like it (although not as grand) in Scotland.
Dalbeg and the beach north. Isle of Lewis, Scotland.
The beach at Luskentyre, Isle of Harris, Scotland, is massive. Miles of open beach, mountainous backdrops, and artifacts such as this fishing float will make any photographer's day. The float is 18 inches across and heavy.