The Outer and Inner Hebrides off the west coast of Scotland boast some of the most stunning beaches anywhere in the world. Tiree is the most westerly of the Inner Hebrides and quite small. It is also very flat. This image was captured in summer when the wild flowers were in bloom on the machair. The seas surrounding the islands are constantly changing in colour through blues, purples and greens, when the sun is shining, to the colours of slate when the weather is wild. This painting was executed in acrylic on canvas paper and is signed on the front.