Helen F. H. Smith's photographs from mainland Orkney and the Outer Hebrides capture major Neolithic stone circles on Scotland's far flung north islands, along with glimpses of today. Some say these monuments are "the places where the veil between the physical world and the spiritual world is the thinnest." Certainly, they remain a living part of vibrant landscapes.
Helen F. H. Smith became a member of the Society of Woman Geographers in 2009. She's been an active photographer for 30 years. Her work focuses on patterns of light and form. She is especially interested in documenting ancient sites around the world. She has displayed her photographs in Washington, DC and has been recognized by several awards. A number of her works are in private collections.