This black and white print shows an old sunken boat on Loch Tarbert in Scotland. Tarbert is the main port and capital village of Harris. Tarbert is a fairly common name across Scotland and it comes from the Norse 'tairbeart' meaning draw-boat. Tarbert lies on the shores of Loch Tarbert, and South Harris avoids becoming an island by just a few hundred yards of land over which the Vikings would drag their longboats into West Loch to avoid sailing around via the Sound of Harris.
Photography by Ant Clausen.