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Fenfotos 6 34 3 United Kingdom
22 Nov 2021 6:09PM
Great composition.
chase Plus
17 2.5k 669 England
22 Nov 2021 7:22PM
I guess there are very few Peat Cutters left as we are all discouraged from buying compost containing peat these days. Although some is still burned on fires.
Are these huts still used ? This one looks to be a fair condition with curtains at the windows but no smoke from the chimney.
pink Plus
19 7.2k 10 England
22 Nov 2021 8:06PM
Yes they are still used but not year round, Peat on Lewis is used solely for burning as domestic fuel, all the islanders rely on it and have an annual quota they are allowed to cut.
You can see it stacked out to dry all over the island.
chase Plus
17 2.5k 669 England
22 Nov 2021 8:07PM
Thanks for that info, nice to know.
cooky Plus
19 6 8 United Kingdom
22 Nov 2021 10:12PM
Excellent image with that red door making a statement with the muted tones.

Kath
Nigel_NZ 17 26 3 New Zealand
23 Nov 2021 8:21AM
Widely used to gain the variety of flavours in the Scottish bottled sunshine Wink Not sure that peat isn't out there with fossil fuels, and one of the bad boys of the energy world now.
suemart Plus
5 8 3 United Kingdom
23 Nov 2021 9:16AM
That looks lonely and the red door defiant amongst all those muted tones.
Interesting shot and comments Smile

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