Nice captures Chris. Very interesting to me as my brother in law, together with his wife who speaks Gaelic and English, live in Bornish (Bornais in Gaelic I think) on the Isle of Uist, immediately to the north of the isle of Bara.
It appears to be a very wild place, the scenery I mean, not the night life
as the sheep outnumber the humans by 1000 t0 1. Just kidding. I am surprised they have airplane service. My sister in law who visits often from Glasgow, goes by that plane and sometimes by ferry. She loves it there and wants my wife and I to visit from Canada. If I went there I would be sure to take all my camera gear.
Are all these islands part of the outer Hebrides? It apparently rains every day, if I believe my brother in law, but then that is also true of Scotland in general. Again, just ribbing you.