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Bridge, Scapa, St. Ola, Orkney
Scotland

At the west end of he Scapa Beach there is the start of a cliff top path. This path passes beside the Scapa Whisky Distillery and over a small bridge over the Caldale Burn. I liked the quality of the light as I was walking along the path so I took this picture.

Copyright: John Leith
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Uploaded: 07/11/2010
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