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Photo by @jimrichardsonng I spent a night among the stones at Callanish waiting for the dawn. Traveling Scotland for the last 20 years I find myself drawn further out into the wild islands. The Callanish Stones are one of the great rewards of the journey out to the Isles of Lewis and Harris, a reminder that people have lived here for more than 5,000 years. Most visitors to Scotland make the Isle of Skye their main island destination but many treasures lie beyond out in the Outer Hebrides. From Skye you can take the ferry to Stornoway on Lewis, wander down to Harris, catch the ferry from there to North Uist, South Uist and then Barra before heading back to Oban. #scotland @natgeo @natgeocreative

Callanish, Eilean Siar, United Kingdom

Photo by @jimrichardsonng  I spent a night among the stones at Callanish waiting for the dawn. Traveling Scotland for the last 20 years I find myself drawn further out into the wild islands. The Callanish Stones are one of the great rewards of the journey out to the Isles of Lewis and Harris, a reminder that people have lived here for more than 5,000 years. Most visitors to Scotland make the Isle of Skye their main island destination but many treasures lie beyond out in the Outer Hebrides. From Skye you can take the ferry to Stornoway on Lewis, wander down to Harris, catch the ferry from there to North Uist, South Uist and then Barra before heading back to Oban.  #scotland @natgeo @natgeocreative

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@shawnamacinnis

@beckymacinnis Yes! Love these memories of Scotland. I keep meaning to get out my photo album.

@_johnny.morris_

@jimrichardsonng I watched a NatGeo photographer course where you explained your experience getting this shot (at least I believe it was this same one). It was awesome to watch creativity at its finest.

@oat4cus

@pawassy อะเครรร

@yasminekhiz

@jadechraibi sing me a song 💙💙💙💙

@jadechraibi

@yasminekhiz toi même tu connais ces pierres

@constance_mga

@hellothere.co je vais voir la délégué tout de suite

@myriamprou97

outlander🖤

@kylehenry10

@aaroneadie I dunno if he has put the light there tho I think it might be like in the ground and out there to light up the pillars for people to see

@aaroneadie

@kylehenry10 managed to get some great lighting there. Looks like some artificial lighting maybe behind the central pillar? Great idea

@evespooner

@cassiuswilde let’s gooooo!!??

@domyflory

Fantastic

@mo_writes_

Awesome capture, ✌🏻✌🏻💙💙🖤🖤

@hellothere.co

@constance_mga go demander ça en sortie scolaire

@duda.graziano

@stephanie.wertheimer vc é sua obsessão por pedras lol

@yann.delachanonie

@mercedezlisa va falloir aller y faire un tour !

@llerena17

Magic place 🙌🏽

@llerena17

Magic place 🙌🏽

@llerena17

Magic place 🙌🏽

@jenw509

@youandicreations this would be such an epic trip...someday we will go!

@geztravel

Love it 😍

@mastersmiss

@keifferdude and cocktails & laughs on a rainy July night ;)

@keifferdude

@mastersmiss A place of ancient mystery and ritual ...

@siddhant219

Awesome 😍

@solsticeseven

The art of Nature’s best 🙏🏽❤️

@bahrom_uchgumbaz

O ortadaki uzun varya o sana gi*sin.

@samrothman1

@michal_sam מלחיץץץץץ

@shornpee88

Reminds me of Pink Floyd - The Division Bell (album cover)

@justnomade

This picture is so stunning 😍

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