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Rubha Hunish

By katieb      
Rubha Hunish is the northernmost point on the island of Skye. A great place for a sunset but there is a 3 + mile boggy walk then a very scary scramble down the cliff face and an even more difficult climb back up in the near dark. Having got down there I only had about 1/2 hr before the weather took a very bad turn for the worst we could see it coming in off the sea and were worried the rocks would become very slippery in the wet.
What I was hoping for was a lovely golden light on the rock face and for a second I thought I might be lucky but alas no. So this was the best I could get :-(

Thank you for looking


Tags: Isle of skye Landscape and travel Rubha hunish Trotternish peninsula

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bayliner185 11 16 1 Northern Ireland
17 Sep 2013 11:26AM
You may not have been blessed with great light Katie but nevertheless you have captured a fine image.


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Richsr 11 91 223 England
17 Sep 2013 3:14PM
Shame the light did not play ball after all that hiking.

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