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Images Dated 14th May 2014

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Tourists disembarking from a rubber dinghy on the island of Hirta Featured 14 May 2014 Image

Tourists disembarking from a rubber dinghy on the island of Hirta

Tourists disembarking from a rubber dinghy on the island of Hirta. The island was inhabited for two thousand years but uninhabited since 1930. Hirta is part of the St Kilda archipelago owned by the National Trust for Scotland and declared a World Heritage Site in 1986. Outer Hebrides, Scotland

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The tower of Kisimul Castle encrusted with lichen Featured 14 May 2014 Image

The tower of Kisimul Castle encrusted with lichen

The tower of Kisimul Castle encrusted with lichen. Kisimul Castle is a small medieval castle dating from the mid 16th century and built on a rocky islet. Access can only be gained by boat. Historically, it has been the stronghold of the Clan MacNeil possibly since the 11th century. near Isle of Barra, Outer Hebrides, Scotland

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Walls of Kisimul Castle encrusted with lichen and providing a sheltered position for Sea thrift (Armeria maritima) Featured 14 May 2014 Image

Walls of Kisimul Castle encrusted with lichen and providing a sheltered position for Sea thrift (Armeria maritima)

Walls of Kisimul Castle encrusted with lichen and providing a sheltered position for Sea thrift (Armeria maritima). Kisimul Castle is a small medieval castle dating from the mid 16th century and built on a rocky islet. Access can only be gained by boat. Historically, it has been the stronghold of the Clan MacNeil possibly since the 11th century. near Isle of Barra, Outer Hebrides, Scotland

© CopyrightÃJan-Peter Lahall/AUSCAPE All rights reserved