Harris is a rough textured place on the whole.
There are few trees, and the rocks are among the oldest in the world. What looks at first like quartz...
turns out to be lichen.
There are some beautiful walls.
And in complete contrast there are some very finely textured elements - the delicate shells which make up the sandy beaches....
SO tiny, and so perfect.
Floating soft grasses
and the marram grasses of yesterdays photographs.
All darkly tweedy colours,
until the sun shone..
and the sea really was this colour!