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Last moments of the sun light hitting the cliffs by the Duntulm Bay on the Isle of…

Last moments of the sun light hitting the cliffs by the Duntulm Bay on the Isle of…

Last moments of the sun light hitting the cliffs by the Duntulm Bay on the Isle of Skye. Image made during my early May trip to Scotland

Duntulm and Duntulm Bay are the most northerly point of the Trotternish peninsula of the Isle Of Skye in Scotland. Duntulm was originally a Pictish fortress, forming one of a chain of duns or forts stretching along the north coast of the Isle of Skye. On the arrival of the Norsemen the fort became the residence of a powerful Viking leader who gave it the name David’s Fort. The place is notable for the coastal scenery coupled with the ruins of Duntulm Castle, which affords stunning views of the Outer Hebrides.

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As usual a fantastic work with a highqulaity selected photographers circle created…

As usual a fantastic work with a highqulaity selected photographers circle created by +Johan Peijnenburg Somme new names also for me on this list so it is always great to see them. Thank you Johan

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SELECTED NATURE & LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHERS (version 7)

Here is version 7 of the Nature & Landscape Photographers circle. I reviewed about 700 profiles for this update and selected the 375 photographers I liked best. There are about 130 new additions! I will list  them in the comments …

To get into this circle, you don't have to re-share it, circle me back or send me candy. Just make sure to share awesome nature and landscape images. It's that simple!!!

Want to be (re-)considered for inclusion? Leave a comment or contact me directly, if you feel you meet the criteria: posting primarily good nature and landscape images on G+ on a regular basis. Next update: end of August 2012

Tag:  #NLPV7

Related list: http://www.group.as/nature+and+landscape+photographers/

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Duntulm Bay during the early May trip to Scotland with +Nuno Fontes Nunes and +Miroslav…

Duntulm Bay during the early May trip to Scotland with +Nuno Fontes Nunes and +Miroslav…

Duntulm Bay during the early May trip to Scotland with +Nuno Fontes Nunes and +Miroslav Jelinek shared for today's #thirstythursdaypics curated by +Giuseppe Basile and +Mark Esguerra as well as #scotland #landscape by +Scottish Circles +Travel Scotland

Duntulm and Duntulm Bay are the most northerly point of the Trotternish peninsula of the Isle Of Skye in Scotland. Duntulm was originally a Pictish fortress, forming one of a chain of duns or forts stretching along the north coast of the Isle of Skye. On the arrival of the Norsemen the fort became the residence of a powerful Viking leader who gave it the name David’s Fort. The place is notable for the coastal scenery coupled with the ruins of Duntulm Castle, which affords stunning views of the Outer Hebrides.

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In the beginning of May during the sunrise shooting the light hit the Trotternnish…

In the beginning of May during the sunrise shooting the light hit the Trotternnish…

In the beginning of May during the sunrise shooting the light hit the Trotternnish ridge just for some minute or so, but still it was a beautiful moment. Shared today for the #mountainmonday by +Michael Russell +Mountain Monday 
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Trotternish or Tròndairnis (Scottish Gaelic) is the northernmost peninsula of the Isle of Skye, in Scotland. Trotternish is well known for a landslide running for almost all the lenght of penninsula for 30 kilometres (19 mi). The landslip contains two of Skye's most famous landmarks: the Old Man of Storr, an isolated rocky pinnacle, and the Quiraing, an area of dramatic and unusual rock formations. Trotternish is one of 40 National Scenic Areas in Scotland.

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