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Rough and indented for the most part, the coastline of Scotland measures some 2400 miles of mainly wild and unspoiled scenery.
From wide open sandy beaches to tumultuous seas, there is an amazing character to Scotland's coastline and the richness of the ever changing scenery.
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31st January 2021
Cromarty Bridge from the Black Isle.
An aerial panorama looking across the Cromarty Bridge from the Black Isle.View the High Resolution panorama
5th August 2011
Evening sunshine and the approach to sunset at Dunnet Bay on the North Coast.
Colours and contrasts as the sun dips towards the horizon.
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Wilder and more rugged than the West beach, the East beach at Nairn stretches along the Inner Moray Firth towards its neighbour, Culbin beach.
With big sky views and huge expanses of sand, this is a beach worth visiting and exploring.
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The magnificent beach at Findhorn, on the Moray coast, comprises expanses of sand, leading into the harbour and the Findhorn Basin.
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