West Sutherland Print Collection

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Scotland, Sutherland - West

Sixteen selected prints based on sixteen days walk along the western coastline of the historic county of Sutherland, Scotland. This section includes Assynt, the Ardmore Peninsula, Cape Wrath and the Mhoine Peninsula. The walk took place in Summer 2019.

Signed, limited edition prints are available from £195. To purchase and for more details visit The Perimeter Print Shop alternatively email your order to mail@quintinlake.com or phone 07973 139345

Larger sizes, Image matrix and landscape format versions of selected images are also available.

Dunes, Faraid Head, Sutherland, Scotland.

 

Kearvaig Bothy VII, Sutherland, Scotland.

 

Climbers on the Old Man of Stoer (A 60-metre-high sea stack of Torridonian sandstone) I, Sutherland, Scotland.

 

Puffin at Wester Clett IX, Caithness, Scotland, August 2019.

 

Storm off Stoer Head, Sutherland, Scotland

 

Whiten Head from Faraid Head, Sutherland, Scotland.

 

Squall off Stoer Head IV, Sutherland, Scotland.

 

When engineering becomes art. Kylesku Bridge designed by Ove Arup & Partners. Sutherland, Scotland.

 

To Sandwood Bay, Sutherland, Scotland.

 

Emma & Shaun, Farr, Sutherland, Scotland. The boat behind them is a surviving lifeboat from RMS Lusitania that was converted to a fishing boat. The Lusitania was a UK-registered ocean liner torpedoed by an Imperial German Navy U-boat during the First World War killing 1,195 people including 128 Americans, on May 7, 1915. The disaster set off a chain of events that led to the U.S. entering World War I.

 

Colour field seascape. It never really gets dark this far north in the summer but this Rothko moment over the Minch marked the end of the day. Stoer Head, Sutherland, Scotland.

 

Tideline from the cliffs by Stoer Head, Sutherland, Scotland.

 

Looking west along the Mhoine Peninsula toward a distant Faraid Head and Cape Wrath, Sutherland, Scotland.

 

Last light on Quinag, Sutherland, Scotland.

 

Clò Kearvaig and Clò Mór, the highest vertical sea cliffs in mainland Britain in haar, Sutherland, Scotland.

 

Evening light at Faraid Head, Sutherland, Scotland.

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