Prints are mounted using Daler Mountboard with a protective backing of greyboard. The 3 colours shown above are fairly neutral to match most decors, but I do have other colours available. Please contact me to discuss your requirements.
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The tiny harbour at Skerray was built between 1896 and 1902 and included the blasting out of “the cut” between Eilean Neave and the mainland so that small boats could sail directly east if they wished. The island was settled around 563AD by a small Christian community from Iona led by Cormaic, but the Chapel of Columba that they built was destroyed later by the Vikings. Sheep were grazed on the island until recently, but they too are now gone. Actual ownership of Skerray Harbour appears to be disputed these days, but small boats still use it. The local Free Church building is becoming ruinous, but faith is still strong. We may not own the land, but we still have (in Scotland) a “right to roam”. We don’t have to own “stuff” to be happy, as Paul said to the Corinthian Christians 2000 years ago. That still applies today.