I believe that creativity is one of the pillars of living a healthy and fulfilling life. And, because I try to live out the principles that I write about each week and not merely talk about them, every few months I set out on a photography trip to create art, explore the world, and learn a thing or two along the way.
This photo essay was created on the Isle of Skye, the largest island in a chain known as the Inner Hebrides of Scotland. As always, all photos are my own.
Isle of Skye Pictures
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Just a few minutes outside the town of Uig on the Isle of Skye, south of the River of Conon, there is a magical place known as Fairy Glen. Fairy Glen is made up of over 400 miniature, cone-shaped hills and grassy knolls. There is a winding, one-lane road that leads to and from the glen. (Isle of Skye, Scotland)
Rush hour traffic in Scotland. (Isle of Skye, Scotland)
An old stone wall begins to fall apart inside Fairy Glen. (Isle of Skye, Scotland)
Heath and heather bushes cover the countryside in purple as sheep graze by a stream on the Isle of Skye. (Isle of Skye, Scotland)
Two hikers begin a long trek across the Quiraing on the Isle of Skye. (Isle of Skye, Scotland)
The Sligachan bridge spans the River Sligachan as the Black Cuillin mountains loom behind. (Isle of Skye, Scotland)
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