Day 2 luskentyre to Scalpay

How could i visit Harris for inspiration without spending some time at Luskentyre sands . The colours here are incredible so too are the patterns made naturally in the sand , glistening streams and pools , turquoise seas and surrounding  salt marches , all sounds unbelievable right ? , overwhelmingly beautiful and a real challenge to represent artistically i did my best to sketch out some ideas before we took to the road and headed back past Tarbet and onto the island of Scalpay. The drive to the Scalpay bridge took us through some impressive mountain scenery , the suprise came as soon as we landed on the island because Scalpay has a style all of it's own . My first impression was of cosy harbour villages , smugglers coves , flowers , ferns , gardens and personality , quite a contrast to much of the main islands style. I liked it there and i spent some time sketching and enjoying the sunshine overlooking one of the many working harbours before we travelled on to find our spot in the mountains to camp down for the night , onwards towards north Harris tomorrow