In 1978, Paul Glazier first visited and started photographing the remote island of Vatersay in the Outer Hebrides. Glazier started to capture the changing faces of the community as time leaves its mark. Some of the children in the original photographs now have their own children and even grandchildren, and parents have become great-grandparents. Hoping to be able to continue to photograph the island for many years to come, Glazier is slowly building a unique portrait of the island and its inhabitants. In this book he presents a small selection from his large archive, which evokes not only a sense of the natural beauty of the place but also of the people.
Hardback, 168 pages
27 x 29cm