Dollag's Cottage @ 7 South Shawbost


Desktops for your home computer.
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Some guests have enjoyed the photos on the cottage web site and as more people move to larger computer monitors so we are making some of the pictures available to use as your computer desktop image. These are full .bmp files in 1920X1080 resolution so they are ideally suited to current wide screen monitors now in common use on many computers. In order to download the photo just right click on it and select to download the image and the full sized .bmp file will be downloaded onto your computer. To keep the quality up .bmp files are used and you should note that the files are quite large (approx 6MB)and so may take a little while to download however with  most users now on broadband connections this is unlikely to pose a serious problem.

The first image is of the village of Achmore and was taken on an October day:









The following two images where taken early on an August morning on a local loch and show the loch and the mountains of Harris beyond.









This is another image of Dollanna, this time she is walking on the beach at Scarista on a warm and sunny July day:









HD computer desktop image of the Isle of Lewis
HD computer desktop image of the Isle of Lewis
The next image shows your host at Dollag's Cottage, Dollanna, working at her sheep over the New Year period. This image is processed to give a higher dynamic range and so if you try to count the sheep directly in front of Dollanna you will notice there is a ghost sheep in there as it moved between the HDR exposures.









HD computer desktop image of the Isle of Lewis
HD computer desktop image of the Isle of Lewis
HD computer desktop image of the Isle of Lewis
HD computer desktop image of the Isle of Lewis
Keeping with the beach theme this is the very famous Losgaintir beach:









HD computer desktop image of the Isle of Lewis
Finally this is an image of the village of South Shawbost including Dollag's Cottage: