As the technology of SN seems to resist my best attempts at replacing my earlier image, I am making my own 'last call' with the pic! I've made some minor adjustments, and sharpened outlines here and there. When you go back to a painting after a day or so, you notice little edges and 'dead areas' t
On March 22 1973, the MacBrayne motor vessel 'Loch Seaforth' (built Wm Denny, 1947, for the Mallaig-Stornoway service) struck a rock in the southern approaches to the Sound of Gunna, when inward bound from Lochboisdale to Oban,via Barra, Tiree and Coll. Passengers were taken off in the ship's life
Happy New Year! I thought I'd get things off to a flying start by chancing my arm - or my wing! - with the Moderators (who have my full permission to delete this, if they wish!). This scene is 'maritime' in the sense that it shows part of an island coastline (based on Tiree, but not precisely Tire
A different kind of Marine Painting, the beach at Barra is the Airport, as I'm sure our Western Isles members will confirm. The aircraft is a British European Airways Rapide
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I dont know if this photo is in the right category but I presume this boat would have been used for fishing.
The location of the Bay is just south of Barra Airport, I am hoping one of our Barra members could give me a name for the Bay if it has one. Photo taken in August 2007.