The Harris Tweed® Journal


15th September

Sandy Beach

From the land, comes the cloth, comes the language…

A crescent moon of bright gold lies between sage-green machair and a petrol-green sea. The golden white sand is scattered with bright pink wave-rounded shells and silver salt-bleached driftwood. Even from such a simple scene, it’s easy to see how the cloth comes from the land…

Our Gaelic Coastal Word of the Week comes from “Scotland’s Nature Agency, Buidheann Nàdair na h-Alba”…/dictionary-gaelic-nature-words

Photograph by Lewis Mackenzie

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