Cunningsburgh. The lines caused by putting down lime to kill the heather, or by grazing are a prominent part of the Shetland landscape. In this case all the 'wealth' - colour, brightness, etc. fell on the North (left) of the picture. The South is represented by one drab building. Even the clouds conspired in this image - it's as if another image has been dropped onto the original.
Part of the Shetland Lines series
Buy this image.
Send a Postcard using this image.