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West coast of Hoy seen across the Pentland Firth from near Dunnet Head
© Rog Wilko, Feb 2012
Camera used: Panasonic DMC-FZ18
Rora Head is the extreme left headland (Old May of Hoy just peeping over the horizon). There looks to be a very large amount of unclimbed (?) sea cliff here. Anyone devloping it?
Rog Wilko - 27/Feb/12
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Just came across this photo, to add to what you have said - There are miles of underdeveloped cliffs along here, which is amazing seeing as they are the biggest sea cliffs in Britain! Through my work I was lucky enough to get full aerial photography of all the cliffs from St John's to Rora head. Send me a message and I will send what you need over.
The_flying_climber - 01/Sep/13