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Surf at Sandwood Bay, NW Highlands


posted on 08/01/2018 by womble

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Philtheetiler   on 08/01/18 @ 23:35 said:

Hi Penny, was this photo taken on Saturday with the northerly wind ?
HNY Phil

womble   on 09/01/18 @ 8:07 said:

HNY to you too Phil. Did a nice circular route staying in the Strathan and Strathchaillach bothies and approaching Sandwood Bay from the North giving an amazing viewpoint. It was actually Monday - by far the sunniest day but yes, a very keen North wind.

Miss T   on 09/01/18 @ 9:38 said:

Dramatic photo and well caught!

TrotOn   on 09/01/18 @ 12:06 said:

I love coastal scenery like this, well done.

ruth   on 11/01/18 @ 19:45 said:

This is on my to do list lovely area

trekkie  on 12/01/18 @ 9:22 said:

I will be up there at Easter. It reminded me of what I can look forward to.

womble   on 12/01/18 @ 15:00 said:

trekkie: Easter woild be a great time to visit; pre-midge but hopefully not as cold as January!

trekkie  on 12/01/18 @ 15:42 said:

That was the thinking... Usually I only walk in winter to avoid feeding the local insects....

Pebbles(Bea)   on 12/01/18 @ 22:29 said:

Luv this one

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