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South from Clisham
Back Hebrides

The summit ridge of An Cliseam, the highest point (at 799m) in the Outer Hebrides, is a chaos of gneiss boulders, patterned with yellow and white lichen. This is the view south to the islands of Taransay and Pabbay.

Date: 05 November 2014
Location : An Cliseam, Isle of Harris
Canon 5DII, Canon 40mm lens 1/100s f10 ISO 400

Image reference : h66 © Angus Bruce, Ullapool

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