Deserted Mealista Beach, Isle of Lewis, Scotland.

Mealista, or Mealasta in the Gaelic spelling, is a small township in the west of the Isle of Lewis that has been uninhabited since the Highland Clearances of 1838.
The road past Uig meanders on through the moorland with the great Atlantic Ocean on the right and passes the often deserted Mealista Beach, with its beautiful rocks and rock pools.
Source: Scotland’s rocky road: a journey to the edge of Lewis – a photo essay | Travel | The Guardian

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