2010 Photograph Gallery

A view across Brue to Pairc Chlach Steidheil - still bright at around ten at night
A view across Brue to Pairc Chlach Steidheil - still bright at around ten at night
  Eilean Aird Fhianais at low water
Eilean Aird Fhianais at low water
Less than a week later and the peninsula has become an island
Less than a week later and the peninsula has become an island
  The Watcher's Bus and Taigh Young on the machair shore
The Watcher's Bus and Taigh Young on the machair shore
A shot of the new school site facing the Barvas Moor and Stornoway
A shot of the new school site facing the Barvas Moor and Stornoway
  The new school site in Barvas, where this bus might one day be stopping on its route
The new school site in Barvas, where this bus might one day be stopping on its route
The new school site, looking towards Lower Barvas and the Machair, with the (soon to be) old school in the left corner
The new school site, looking towards Lower Barvas and the Machair, with the (soon to be) old school in the left corner
  The new school site, with the Barvas Hall, football pitch, and the current Barvas School in the background, and Abhainn Bharabhais in the foreground
The new school site, with the Barvas Hall, football pitch, and the current Barvas School in the background, and Abhainn Bharabhais in the foreground
The site where the new school in Barvas is to be built, with its current residents
The site where the new school in Barvas is to be built, with its current residents
  Drochaid (Bridge) Abhainn Shanndaidh on Lower Barvas Machair
Drochaid (Bridge) Abhainn Shanndaidh on Lower Barvas Machair

Discing and harrowing for corn (sowed 16 June 2010) at Rubha Mhòr, Lower Barvas Machair
Discing and harrowing for corn (sowed 16 June 2010) at Rubha Mhòr, Lower Barvas Machair

  A Dunlin on one of the rocks by Eilean Ard Fhianais
A Dunlin on one of the rocks by Eilean Ard Fhianais
Calf and cow enjoying the summer at 19 Brue
Calf and cow enjoying the summer at 19 Brue
  The normally submerged channel between Eilean Ard Fhianais and the mainland of Brue visible because of the low water level in the Loch
The normally submerged channel between Eilean Ard Fhianais and the mainland of Brue visible because of the low water level in the Loch

The old sheep dipper, by Loch Mòr Bharabhais at the bottom of croft 19 Brue
The old sheep dipper, by Loch Mr Bharabhais at the bottom of croft 19 Brue
  Some Brue Highlanders grazing amongst last winter's frost
Some Brue Highlanders grazing amongst last winter's frost

The January sun sets on Brue
The January sun sets on Brue
  A frozen stream flowing down the croft at 21 Brue
A frozen stream flowing down the croft at 21 Brue

Sheep ambling along a snowy 20 Brue, as Loch Mor Bharabhais lies frozen behind them
Sheep ambling along a snowy 20 Brue, as Loch Mor Bharabhais lies frozen behind them

  L/R: Niall Bartlett, 20 Brue; Angus Macleod, Comann Eachdraidh Vice-chairman, 25 Brue; Colin George Morrison 40 Lower Barvas
L/R: Niall Bartlett, 20 Brue; Angus Macleod, Comann Eachdraidh Vice-chairman, 25 Brue; Colin George Morrison 40 Lower Barvas

Sunrise over Barvas and Brue on Wednesday 14th July
Sunrise over Barvas and Brue on Wednesday 14th July
  Brataich nam Briogais - a makeshift flag on croft 22, which is used to ward off geese
Brataich nam Briogais - a makeshift flag on croft 22, which is used to ward off geese
Another flag, this time on croft 19
Another flag, this time on croft 19
  Calum Iain Bartlett of 20 Brue finished his first phase of Army training on the 23rd July 2010, and has been accepted into the Royal Army Medical Corps
Calum Iain Bartlett of 20 Brue finished his first phase of Army training on the 23rd July 2010, and has been accepted into the Royal Army Medical Corps

Mark Cockburn of Philomena, Upper Barvas, finished his first phase of Army training on the 20th August, and he's been accepted into the Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers as an armourer. He is pictured here with his father Iain, and his younger sister Kathleen.
Mark Cockburn of Philomena, Upper Barvas, finished his first phase of Army training on the 20th August, and he's been accepted into the Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers as an armourer. He is pictured here with his father Iain, and his younger sister Kathleen.
  Barvas cattle grazing by Loch Mor Bharabhais, just down from the Barvas Manse
Barvas cattle grazing by Loch Mor Bharabhais, just down from the Barvas Manse