Cloud curve, Cape Wrath


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Wet sands in Balnakeil Bay, Sutherland, reflecting the dark underside of a huge curved cloud.  Fashven (460m), Maovally (302m) and Sgribhis-bheinn (371m) are the three hills on remote Cape Wrath, which is the most north-westerly point of the mainland Britain.  Their solid peaks appear silhouetted and small against the massive cloud. The whole landscape is part of the Northwest Highlands Geopark.


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