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Ladywater, Burray, Orkney
Scotland

This is just a quite end of the road sort of place. You can look across the water to St. Margarets Hope on South Ronaldsay where the Pentland Ferries boat docks. On a sunny day it is a nice, scenic, quiet place to spend a few moments.

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Uploaded: 08/03/2010
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Tags: burray; ladywater; st. margarets hope; south ronaldsay; pentland ferries; pentalina
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