Photographer's Note

Claigan, on the Isle of Skye, is known for its ‘coral’ beaches. A walk of about 4.5k’s takes one along the shoreline of Loch Dunvegan to the white beach. Close inspection reveals the sand to be made out of dried, calcified sea weed known as maerl. There are also thousands of tiny, delicate snail shells. The island just off-shore to the left is Lampay whereas the larger island straight ahead is Isay.

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