Scottish Summer

Photographs by Gabrielle Motola.

Left: The Quiraing, Skye at 20:21 PM. Hardly anyone there.
Right: German woman on holiday at the Lighthouse, Butt of Lewis. She loves to look at her husband’s photographs. He’s just off frame, camera left making one now.
Left: Due and Baron, The Kelpies, Falkirk, Scotland
Right: Evening diner, Stornoway, Lewis
Left: Gannetts Flying off Bass Rock, North Berwick
Right: Boy Jumping Waves, Portobello Beach, Edinburgh
Left: WWII boats sunk to act as German submarine barrier, off the coast of South Ronaldsay, Orkney Islands
Right: Martin of Luton, Formerly of Skye, Near the Ring of Brodgar, Orkney Islands
Left: Boy at Bustop, Stornoway, Lewis
Right: Sleeping Sheep at the Standing Stones of Stennen, Orkney Islands
Left: Trees on the way to Embo
Right: Danish Tourist, Orkney Islands
Left: Summer Solstice in Ultra Violet, Ring of Brodgar, Orkney Islands
Right: Ferry passenger from the Orkney Islands to Mainland Scotland
Left: Ferry from Barra to Oban
Right: South Devon Man, Frequenter of the “NC500” for Decades With His Dogs
Left: American Flag Hung at Holiday Home to Welcome American Tourists, Barra
Right: Boys of North Berwick
Left: After Six Hours of Rain, This (En Route to Ullapool)
Right: A Scotsman, Longniddry Bents

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