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North west Scotland-video clips

Decided to upload a few clips to u tube-they are unedited and reflect in the motion the tail end of an Atlantic storm. View out past the Small Isles is into north Atlantic.YouTube - MOVIE0003
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Another one-camera pans down The Sleat peninsular on The Isle of Skye in a south westwards direction;pans in on Cuillins;crossing the bow with views past the Small Isles out into the Atlantic; then northeastwards up the west coast of Scotland towards the narrows at Kyle Rea between Skye and the mainland.Passing mouth of Loch Horn with views of Barrisdale Bay.
Most of the mainland here is very sparsly inhabited with access only by sea.
The mountains are all around about 4000 foot. The light house at the end Isle Ornsay was the one bought by Gavin Maxwell(Ring of Bright water) after Camusfearna burned down-distant view as camera reaches end of pan.
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Thank you for posting those, thats some nice territory you have there.
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