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Camus More Jetty , Isle Of Skye , Scotland
Scotland

Camus More (English translated "Big Bay") is found near the northerly most point on the Isle Of Skye at Bornesketaig , about 6 miles north of Uig .

From here , stunning views of the Western Isles and an abundance of wildlife from sea eagles , buzzards , seals , otters and the occasional minke whale and basking shark can be spotted .

During the summer months , stunning sunsets can be seen and during the winter , the Milky Way can be seen in all its glory in the late evening .

After several severe storms in the area , coastal erosion has been a major problem as seen in this image .

Copyright: Alan Mc Lean (Albiphotography)
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上传: 04/08/2012
更新: 28/08/2014
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Tags: uk; scotland; isles; skye; bornesketaig; camus more; jetty; bay; erosion
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