The Outer Hebrides is Malcolm MacGregor's second book of landscape photography in Scotland. Here travels throughout the islands in pursuit of Atlantic light. The photographic journey on the edge of Scotland takes him from the majestic beaches of North Lewis, via the mountainous tops of Harris to the awe-inspiring cliffs on Mingulay in the south.
The photographs in this book cover remote mountains, hills, coastline and deserted islands. Additionally he photographs churches, ruined castles, ancient graveyards, fishing vessels, Harris tweed factories and standing stones, bringing a different perspective to the Outer Hebrides.