Isle of Harris: 8 images that prove why it is a '˜must photograph' destination for 2019

The turquoise waters and white sands of the Isle of Harris have become the stuff of legend - as well as a photographer's dream.

Monday, 14th January 2019, 6:58 pm
Updated Wednesday, 16th January 2019, 9:34 am
28/10/02, SCOTLAND, TOURISM, WESTERN ISLES,THE WHITE SANDY BEACH AT SEILEBOST LOOKING TOWARDS LUSKENTYRE, ISLE OF HARRIS,. ..PIC IAN RUTHERFORD

It’s impossible to take bad photo on the island given its sheer natural beauty and awe-inspiring landscapes with Harris now named as one of the top destinations in the world to capture on camera. We can’t help but agree.

The turquoise waters of Luskentyre beach on the Isle of Harris, Outer Hebrides, Scotland, are a must see for travellers from around the world.
The ever-changing light on Harris makes the island a photographer's dream.

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The white sandy beach at Seilebost looking towards Luskentyre offers one of the finest views on Harris.
On Harris, it is the island's natural beauty - like that found at Seilebost, that does the talking. You'll be lost for words.
This house on the beach at Hushinish was a gift for photographer Chris Combe as he sought out signs of island life.
It's not just Harris' beaches that have the wow factor. The island's mountains are the highest peaks in the Outer Hebrides.
The golf course at Scarista shows off the special island environment.
The neighbouring island of Taransay is just one of the magical views to be enjoyed from Harris.