1) Tir A'Mhurain, south Uist, Outer Hebrides; 2) Rock, Porte Lorne, Nova Scotia; 3) Rinconda, New Mexico; 4) Haying, Haut-Rhin
- Art Funded
- Presented by
- Gordon Fraser Trust through The Art Fund
The main illustration depicts a costal scene on the island on South Uist in the Outer Hebrides, visited by Strand in 1954. Its title means 'land of marram grass'. The photograph figured in a volume of works by Strand produced with Basil Davidson in 1962, who wrote: 'the photographs seem to have come into existence without the camera; for the great gift and genius of this artist is to be able to place reality before you without demanding that you see the cameraman as well.'