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I love wild camping in the West Highlands of Scotland and this was the early morning view from my tent on the beach near Arisaig. This name translates as"Burn of the Black Setting" and this is near the point where it flows into the Sound of Sleat, It is recognisable to many holidaymakers and kayakers who traverse the nearby islands and ragged coastline. The island of Rum is in the distance.The sand, rocks and water around have a distinct quality and I think that when the sun shines there is no more beautiful coastline in the world.This particular location is a favourite of the nearby farm's cows who are free to visit the beach twice a day to mop up the seaweed that the tide leaves behind. That painting is for another day.

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Altt an Dubh Asaidh, Arisaig, West Highlands (2014)


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