Clisham


Clear ClishamClaggy Clisham

We’ve all done it. Climbed the sodding hill in a grey clag, unable to see a bloody thing. Then you trot down, look up and lo-and-behold, it’s suddenly a beautiful day up there. That is what happened on Clisham, the 799m highest point of the Western Isles. The photographs – one clear, one cloudy – are self-explanatory.

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