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A panorama of south Sandwood Bay just before low tide. On the left Cape Wrath in the distance. Turning right Cnoc a' Gheodha Ruaidh (182m) at the north east end of Sandwood Bay (behind the lonely walker on his way to the rocks near the low water line). Continuing to right the dunes of the south western half of Sandwood Bay start coming into view. If you look closely you can just make out Sandwood Loch behind them. A low hill comes into view to the left of the larger cliffs at the south western end of the bay, the path from Blairmore comes down to the bay between here. At the end of the cliffs Am Buachaille, as sea stack. Finally the islets of Am Balg at the far right of the panorama.

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