visitscotland@impactimagz shared this fantastic shot of The Whalebone Arch on the Isle of Lewis 👌 The Whalebone Arch which was erected by a former village postmaster, was formed from the jaw bones of a giant whale which beached itself and died in Bragar Bay.
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- andy_macpIt's a shame it's now covered in resin, it looks OK from a distance but up close its like something out a theme park. I remember it as a wee laddie 30 odd years ago, it was a proper bone back then
- photoart_bergmannnice 👍🏻
- debycoleyWillie Wallace, how did we miss this?
- whitsonboyIs there still a Whale bones Arch in the Meadows / Edinburgh ?
- birddog1963Check the ferry tables @cputrbug - definitely more to see there than just one day. Worth the trip.
- jvktattooSad but neat, nice memorial.
- visitscotland@whitsonboy I dont think it has been returned since it was removed in 2014 but @thisisedinburgh should be able to confirm. — Jessica
- impactimagz@birddog1963 take two or three days to explore. The island may not look that big on a map, but there's so much to see between Harris and Lewis, you'll short change yourself if you try to do it all in a day.
- birddog1963Aye @impactimagz, you are spot on. Although we saw much in one day, we also missed much. Next time over we'll do it proper, thanks for the tip. Cheers!
- marnaniaReally nice colors ! Waow. Nice choice
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