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Foula Shetland Scotland

Foula Shetland Scotland

The Noup, hosting thousands of seabirds on its vertiginous cliffs. Foula, Shetland islands, Scotland. Photographic Print of The Noup, 248 m from Robert Harding.

Foula Shetland Scotland

Da Nort Bank, natural arches and cliffs, Foula, Shetland Islands, Scotland. Photographic Print of Da Nort Bank from Robert Harding.

Foula Shetland Scotland

Sheer drop of Da Nort Bank, over 250m, and natural arches, north-west of Foula island, Foula, Shetland Islands, Scotland. Photographic Print of Sheer drop of Da Nort Bank from Robert Harding.

Foula Shetland Scotland

Gaada Stack, a natural arch 45m high, Foula Island, Shetland Islands, Scotland. Photographic Print of Gaada Stack from Robert Harding.

 

Foula is a bleak, yet stunning island in the Atlantic Ocean, twenty miles west of Walls in Shetland. It is one of Great Britain’s most remote permanently inhabited islands.

The Isle of Foula remains the classic account of this lonely and beautiful island off Shetland. First published in 1937, it gives a glimpse both of the enormous range of interests of the author and the enduring fascination of this most remote of islands. As well as being a superb work of scholarship, the book is full of human interest and memories of the people of Foula from the early years of the twentieth century. The Isle of Foula.

Edge Of The World. On a remote Scottish island, poor harvests and bad weather are bringing an end to the traditional ways of life. The islanders must decide whether to abandon their homes and seek employment on the mainland. The Edge Of The World [1938] [DVD].

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