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Ballantrae Pier
Scotland

When dusk fills every corner of the sky and a golden pathway leads from you all the way to the sun. You experience a small part of what might be called heaven. You're witnessing the event commonly known to noone as solar touch-down.

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Tags: ballantrae; pier; harbour; harbor; dusk; sunset; ailsa craig; sea
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