/ 2020 / Architecture / Historic

Cold war remains

  • Prize
    Bronze in Architecture/Historic
  • Photographer
    Ruth Grindrod
  • Credit
    Ruth Grindrod

Uig is situated in the far North of the island of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides in the UK. The remoteness of the landscape made the area an ideal location for a military base during the Cold war years. The base is now decommissioned but the remains of the buildings and military architecture remain. They stand on the edge of the of the Atlantic and make for haunting images in this bleak landscape.

I am a landscape photographer living in Norfolk in the UK. My works features a mix of classical and more abstract interpretations of the land and the sea and coast. I print my work own and regularly exhibit

Awards LPOTY
Slopty
Spider awards
ND awards
Colour awards
Scottish nature photography awards including Scottish Nature photographer of the year 2019
Various articles and publications with magazines and calendars