Orkney

 

Broch of Gurness

Broch of Gurness

Churchill Barriers

Churchill Barriers

The Churchill Barriers were constructed during World War II, mostly by prisoners of war, to stop submarines. It also now connects Burray to the Orkney Mainland.

Sands of Evie

Sands of Evie

The Sands of Evie are near the Broch of Gurness with views over the Sound to Rousay.

Loch Swannay

Loch Swannay is one of Orkney's famous brown trout lochs.

Orkney farming

Orkney farming and country life.

Kirkwall harbour and marina

Kirkwall harbour and marina

Skara Brae

Skara Brae

Stones of Stenness

Stones of Stenness

Burray

Burray

Burray is a small connecting islands that forms part of the Churchill Barriers.

Glimps Holm and the Churchill Barrier

Glimps Holm

Glimps Holm causeway pictured from Burray.

Orkney Islands and a Lobster Pot

Orkney Islands Lobster Pot

Orkney Croft

An old Orkney Croft building with lovely views over the Orkney Islands.

Eviedale Campsite

Eviedale campsite near the Sands of Evie.

Kirkwall

Kirkwall

Italian Chapel on Orkney

Italian Chapel

The Italian Chapel was built by Italian Prisoners of War during the Second World War.

Brough of Birsay

Brough of Birsay in the north of the Orkney Mainland. The tidal islands has the Brough Head Lighthouse and ancient settlements dating back to the 5th centuary.

Orkney Fossil Museum

Fossil Museum in Burray

Newark Bay, Orkney

Newark Bay, Deerness

Burray Village

Burray Village, Burray

Sands Hotel, Orkney

Sands Hotel, Burray

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