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Panoramic photo by Assaf Spiegler EXPERT Taken 07:26, 17/12/2009 - Views loading...

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Edradour Distillery

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Panorama of Scotland's smallest distillery taken at 9 am on december 17th 2009. The sunrise took place in a sky full of clouds, a good combination for a wonderful color.

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