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Infinite Relax 

Looking at the clouds is an excellent way to observe nature, relieve stress, and free your imagination! It can be fun and relaxing to recognize shapes in the sky like animals, people, and objects. I can see mine here and you ?

Infinite Waves 

Listening to the waves activates the parasympathetic nervous system, which makes us more relaxed. In addition, the negative ions in the sea breeze have a mood-boosting effect. Long associated with feelings of peace and calm, the colour blue has also been shown to enhance creativity.

Infinite Optical

Optical art plays with the dizzying and mind-altering world of optical illusions, as wavy lines, pulsating forms and rhythmic patterns come to life before our very eyes.

Outer Hebrides Landscape

       Calm, cool stillness.. the feeling of space and breath, a visual mantra for meditation

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The Outer Hebrides, are an outstanding and uniquely distinctive part of Scotland. 

Their remoteness has contributed to the preservation of a unique coastline, where their legends weave through a tapestry of lives lived in close coexistence with the land and the sea

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I dreamed that live and time and space were one, And the pure trance of dawn;

From all the journeys of the travelling sun, And the Long mysteries of sound and sight,

The Whispering rains, And far, calm waters set in lonely plains, And cry of birds at night.

More songs of Angus and others – Violet Jacob 

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Had I a cave on some wild, distant shore, Where the winds howl to the waves' dashing roar;
There would I weep my woes, There seek my lost repose, Till grief my eyes should close

Had I A Cave – Robert Burns

Outer Hebrides Artwork - 0749 : “Take only memories, leave only footprints”.

Kelpies and Selchies, Water Spirits of the Outer Hebrides


The Selchies    I am a man upon the land    I am a selkie on the sea

The seal-folk of Scotland called selchies, they have a have a habit of swimming out of the mists of time and sea, to land on the shores above. 

Storm Kelpies, also known as The Blue Men who live under the sea in a stretch of water between Lewis and mainland Scotland, looking for sailors to drown and stricken boats to sink.

Credit : Niamh Richardson Artist

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