A tiny island in the Scottish Hebrides, Inch Kenneth rises like a wrinkle of green velvet holding an ivory chess piece in a turquoise sea. With a Neolithic standing stone, a 12th Century chapel and ancient Celtic carved stone grave slabs as well as the cream colored manor house, the island is a self-contained world of history and nature. The north Atlantic waters can be mild one moment and storming the next. The constantly changing light and weather conditions combine with the pastures, cliffs and white sand beaches to create myriad vistas. And the seashells, whalebones and historical house artifacts offer endless aesthetic explorations.