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Pictures of Isle of Harris

Pictures of Isle of Harris

Harris is the southern part of the Scottish Hebridean island of Lewis and Harris. It’s known for sandy beaches like Luskentyre and Scarista on the west coast, and for rugged mountains in the north. In the east is an area of miniature fjords called the Bays. The 16th-century St. Clement’s Church in the village of Rodel has 3 richly carved tombs. Harris is also the original home of Harris Tweed, luxury handwoven cloth.

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Ruth Bond

Deluge Drear, Isle of Lewis

“Cushions of mauve piled high above a lingering letterbox of light, slow-shifting shades of darker h..

£75.00

Ruth Bond

Glistening Luskentyre, Isle of Harris

'Oh sing to me of Glistening Luskentyre, changing with light, now pastel soft, now bold ... ' Peter ..

£75.00

Ruth Bond

Shifting bands of multi hues, Luskentyre, Isle of Harris

Based on a Harris Tweed the colours of this painting sing with the peaty purple rivers and lime gre..

£75.00