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The Kilt-rocks and the Mealt-falls as viewed on a moment of sunshine from the observation point above the falls in the Isle-of-Skye.
The rock at 57.6114, -6.1724 on the map, and the falls are at 57.6108, -6.172.

In the map, you will see a lake inland and there is a small canyon leading the water out and falling to the sea.
The waterfall, the rocks and the cliff bellow cannot be seen from the road nor from the parking lot near it, only when you get to the edge of a balcony-shaped plateau.

One more amazing phenomenon we experienced: there is an iron-railing on the cliff-edge's where the lookout point – and the gusting-winds blow through its rods, making a sound of a ship-horn's. This was something I wish I could convey along with the picture...

More from this place yet to be posted.

Technical's: A JPEG picture, F8.0, exp.1/160, ISO250.

Ike

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