|MEDIA||Digital original, stitched|
A constant theme in Scotland was the continual threat of rain; in this case, while visiting Dunvegan, it started to downpoor. This ended up being in our advantage, however, as we’d passed an abandoned building on our way through the village. After parking, we ran through the rain into the building, and worked for an hour or so with total security; while cars and busses were driving by mere feet away, outside the building, not a single walker braved the heavy downpour that was thundering down on the broken roof above us.
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