The most famous standing stones on the Isle of Lewis are at Callanish but there are dozens of other standing stones scattered over the island such as this one on the island of Great Bernera.
Great Bernera is part of the Isle of Lewis but a separate island off the west coast connected by this bridge which was built in 1953 and was, apparently, the first pre-stressed concrete bridge to be built in Europe. Perhaps this standing stone was the first to be erected on Great Bernera, only some three or thousand year earlier?
Spotted this wee boat on the way to Great Bernera just off the road outside somebody's croft. It's a long way from the sea and looks to have been there a while.
Notice the rocks on the trailer - anybody who has been to the Outer Hebrides will know that even boats can blow away in the wind!
Early morning at The Old Man of Storr on the Isle of Skye