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Isle of Lewis, Scotland by Erik Spaan

The weather in Scotland can change drastically every 15 minutes. When standing on the white sandy beaches of the isle of Lewis rain clouds were coming in. The light was magic and the quiet water, beaches and hills had the atmosphere that to me is the outer Hebrides of Scotland.

It was not easy to get to this point without stepping on the sand, climbing over the rocks to get to the corner that was the most interesting to me. After the last photos were done it was a matter of a quick hike back to the car before the rains were pouring down.

Camera Nikon D850
Lens Nikon 24-120mm f/4G
Aperture f/13
S/S 3sec
ISO 31
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