The Guardian describes the Isle of Lewis and Harris as 'the last bastion of fundamentalist Calvinism in Britain'. With a tradition of adherence to the Sabbath as a 'day of rest', many businesses are closed and the recent introduction of Sunday transport services (to and from the island) was met with religious protest and objection. A strong Presbyterian presence on the island is a major force behind campaigns to retain Sunday's peaceful nature. Here, an old woman heads to Church. It is considered unacceptable for people to appear in church improperly dressed, and for this reason she is wearing a hat and long skirt // Taken on Fomapan using a loaned Ricoh 500G and stand developed in Ilfotec LC29. The negative was scanned and Photoshop used to crop and adjust contrast.