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Little Assynt, Sutherland

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Little Assynt, Sutherland
Sutherland - Lochinver, Highlands and Islands, Scotland
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Here's another view from the All-Abilities trail at Little Assynt, at the western end of Loch Assynt, just off the A837. This view was taken in late evening, just before sunset.

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Image is © David Ross

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