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Luskentyre this morning

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Luskentyre this morning

Post by virtualheb » 02 Sep 2012, 13:39

Although th hills were shrouded with cloud - Luskentyyre was well worth it. The entrance stream to Luskentyre is always so pretty - and different each time you see it
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Luskentyre - stream to beach
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Re: Luskentyre this morning

Post by Curracag Admin » 08 Sep 2012, 13:36

Lovely photo Chris :)
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also of interest: Outer Hebrides Biological Recording Project

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