A picture of the dunes and foreshore at Luskentyre. The dunes border the Machair, which is a Gaelic name for the low lying grassy areas and flowers on the west side of the Outer Hebrides. They are a rare type of protected habitat. Machair is formed from lime-rich shell sand washed up thousands of years ago by the sea, and eroded from dunes by powerful winds, spreading the sand well inland. Light cattle-grazing, hay cutting and low-intensity rotational crop farming (free of artificial fertilisers or pesticides) has shaped the landscape over millennia.
This print is a Fine Art, square (1:1) format and this type of image works well as a pair in a frame or has a greater impact as a triptych. The print comes with a 13mm white border to allow for signature and numbering and is accompanied by a signed, numbered and embossed Certificate of Authenticity.
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