The long awaited blockwork begins... This window is on the far side of the building as viewed from the road so not too many people get to see it - this isn't the first photo of it and it won't be the last.
The Uist Arts Association is running a 'Uist Haiku' project, a collaboration between the Uist Writers Group and the UAA. The project is to write short, 3-line poems (“haiku”) about life in Uist. Some of these are accompanied or inspired by artwork (“haiga”) from Uist artists. I've contributed some images to the Haiku Waiting Room and look forward to seeing them with some new verse. For all the information on the project click here
In the days following Easter South Uist was bitterly cold. Snow and hail came and went, but the northerly wind didn't go at all. Nonetheless, inside the increasingly weather proofed Cnoc Soilleir you would barely have been aware of the conditions outside.
If you need shelter from the wind on Eriskay, find the Ponies - they worked it out long before you did. This set is from the beginning of March. Looking forward to seeing the lines being drawn on this pitch again. Check out Comann Each Nan Eilean, doing all they can to look after this endangered rare breed.
The events that I have been able to celebrate in 2020 have run their course, a suitable time for a visual refresh as it seems that 2021 is, after a long wait, about to begin. An update of my website is complete which you can navigate via the menu bar at the top of this page and you may have noticed changes on social media profiles over the last few days. The Galleries have been both updated and expanded and I have now added a Project section where progressions that have be