Picture special: Stunning views of Lewis from the skies

Traigh Mhor. All images by Iain Maciver and subject to copyright.

Traigh Mhor. All images by Iain Maciver and subject to copyright.

This week the Stornoway Gazette brings to our readers a birds eye view of Stornoway, and some of the surrounding areas.

Showcasing this spread of photographs taken by reader Iain Maciver the pictures offer a rarely seen vantage point of our town and rural areas.

All images by Iain Maciver and subject to copyright.

All images by Iain Maciver and subject to copyright.

In addition to several shots of the town, including Arnish Yard and Goat Island, it shows the Butt of Lewis lighthouse at the most northerly point on Lewis and the magnificent Traigh Mhor in Tolsta.

Thanks to Iain Maciver for submitting these pictures.

If you have any images you would like to submit to the Gazette - please email eric.mackinnon@Stornowaygazette.co.uk

Stornoway from the golf course. All images by Iain Maciver and subject to copyright.

Stornoway from the golf course. All images by Iain Maciver and subject to copyright.

All images by Iain Maciver and subject to copyright.

All images by Iain Maciver and subject to copyright.

All images by Iain Maciver and subject to copyright.

All images by Iain Maciver and subject to copyright.

All images by Iain Maciver and subject to copyright.

All images by Iain Maciver and subject to copyright.

All images by Iain Maciver and subject to copyright.

All images by Iain Maciver and subject to copyright.

Port of Ness. All images by Iain Maciver and subject to copyright.

Port of Ness. All images by Iain Maciver and subject to copyright.

Butt of Lewis. All images by Iain Maciver and subject to copyright.

Butt of Lewis. All images by Iain Maciver and subject to copyright.

Arnish. All images by Iain Maciver and subject to copyright.

Arnish. All images by Iain Maciver and subject to copyright.