Acair, 2007. 95 pages.
Robert Adam (1885 - 1967) was a botanist who became the most familiar, Scottish photographer of his day. Some of his best work was done in the Western Isles. His outstanding images of the islands' physical forms and natural history began in Mingulay as early as 1905, and this book follows his work from there through Barra and Harris, culminating in the Isle of Scarp more than thirty years later. An earlier companion volume brings together his work on the Isle of Lewis.